2020-04-17 16:05:00
PLEASE HELP!! But the greatest danger I ever underwent in that kingdom was from a monkey, who belonged to one of the clerks in the kitchen. . . . [R]eaching one of his paws in at the door, as a cat does when she plays with a mouse . . . [he] seized the lappet of my coat . . . and dragged me out. He took me up in his right fore-foot, and held me as a nurse does a child she is going to suckle, just as I have seen the same sort of creature do with a kitten in Europe; and when I offered to struggle, he squeezed me so hard, that I thought it more prudent to submit. In the passage above, what important information about his relationship to the Brobdingnagians does Gulliver emphasize? A.Gulliver and the Brobdingnagians have similar day-to-day problems. B.Gulliver admires the Brobdingnagians, and he wants to live in their country permanently. C.Gulliver has more in common with monkeys and kittens than with the Brobdingnagian people. D.Gulliver is much smaller than everyone and everything on Brobdingnag.
2020-04-17 22:22:53

Since I cant read the whole thing, it makes it rather confusing. But, I really want to say its B. IF that makes sense from what the rest of the passage says.