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Gulliver's Travels

Gulliver's Travels Chapter 7

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What does a friend tell Gulliver regarding Flimnap's intent? Flimnap is leading a petition to bring up charges of treason against Gulliver to try to get rid of him
How was Flimnap going to get rid of Gulliver? Poison his food or shoot Gulliver with poison arrows; he refuses to burn Gulliver alive
What were some of the charges brought against Gulliver? Lilliputians said he maliciously put out the fire and refused to devastate Blefuscu; and he spoke to the peace embassy from Blefuscu
What else did they accuse Gulliver of? Fleeing to France to avoid the charges of high treason and trying to take advantage of the Emperor's permission to visit Blefuscu
What were consequences of the charges against Gulliver? Blind him and starve him
What does the Committee and "High Treasurer" Flimnap prepare to charge Gulliver with? Articles of Impeachment and four are listed all accusing Gulliver of treason [being a traitor] for trying to make peace with Blefuscu and aiding/giving comfort to the Emperor of Blefuscu
What happened when Gulliver arrived at the port of Blefuscu? Guides greeted him and took him to the Emperor
Created by: gotmo