anonymous
  • anonymous
This Lord Munodi was a person of the first rank, and had been some years governor of Lagado; but, by a cabal of ministers, was discharged for insufficiency. However, the king treated him with tenderness, as a well-meaning man, but of a low contemptible understanding.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
and i can tell you my answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
Who or what is the antagonist of the character vs. society conflict in the passage above? a.the stupidity shown by Lord Munodi b.the king of Laputa and the cabal of ministers c.the new policies adopted by the people in Lagado d.the feelings of Lord Munodi towards the king of Laputa

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