What is your impression of the people of Lilliput at the beginning of the story? Does your impression change at the end of the story? If so, how? What does the author do to make the reader change his or her opinion? Discuss your responses to the questions by writing a persuasive essay, supported by specific facts from the storyPLEASE FOLLOW DIRECTIONS BELOW AND MAKE NECESSARY CHANGES.
You need five well-written, organized ones. First you need an intro that mentions title and author and summarizes the story in one sentence, then mention the prompt and then create a thesis.
“Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan Swift is a story about _________. Gulliver meets the Lilliputians on their island. The reader can make judgments about these people throughout the story. My opinion of the Lilliputians changed from __________ to _____________ at the end because of _____, _____, and _____.” <---this is how an intro is formed. Then, your body paragraphs will talk about the 3 reasons why your opinion changed--those 3 reasons will be those blanks in the intro