Gulliver's Travels

how does gulliver suffer due to hi huge size?qoute incidents from the story

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Because of his size, Gulliver didn't have anywhere to relieve himself privately.

"I had been for some hours extremely pressed by the necessities of nature; which was no wonder, it being almost two days since I had last disburdened myself. I was under great difficulties between urgency and shame. The best expedient I could think of, was to creep into my house, which I accordingly did; and shutting the gate after me, I went as far as the length of my chain would suffer, and discharged my body of that uneasy load. But this was the only time I was ever guilty of so uncleanly an action;"

He has trouble getting into his "house" and does not have the ideal sleeping arrangements..... but he does have a bed.

"Towards night I got with some difficulty into my house, where I lay on the ground, and continued to do so about a fortnight; during which time, the emperor gave orders to have a bed prepared for me. Six hundred beds of the common measure were brought in carriages, and worked up in my house...."


Gulliver's Travels