Plot in Gulliver's Travels
Plot Examples in Gulliver's Travels:
Part III - Chapter I
"I then put myself in the most supplicating postures and spoke in the humblest accent..." See in text (Part III - Chapter I)
Gulliver shows that he does not mean harm by changing his posture to diminish his physical power. This posture convinces the people on the island to rescue him. The people of the floating island, rather than grabbing weapons, simply are won over by Gulliver’s gesture of peace.