Gulliver's Travels

discuss the various features of life of the Brobdingnagians in comparisons to those of the people of britain.

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When they learn of British ways they consider them to be the most uncivilized race of humans ever to walk the face of the planet. The war, corruption, and greed of Britain appalled the Brobdingnagians. Their culture is one that borders on utopia, where goodwill and virtue is the rule and the norm. Their laws encourage charity and understanding. In comparison, they are outwardly ugly (according to Gulliver) but on the inside they are beautiful people.
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