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11 June, 10:37

What does Gulliver do to better see the palace of the emperor of Lilliput? He puts on his spectacles. He uses his pocket perspective (a small telescope). He lifts the palace to his eye level. He lies down on his side.

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  1. 11 June, 11:24
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    The correct answer for this question would be the second option. In order for Gulliver (from the Gulliver's Travel) to better see the palace of the emperor of Lilliput, he uses his pocket perspective, or a small telescope. Hope this is the answer that you are looking for.
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