Gulliver's Travels

How much does Gulliver care about the difference in size between him and the Brobdingnagian?


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The difference in size (Gulliver is now a tiny man) opens a whole new realization of fear. Gulliver is in constant danger do to his small size from a variety of things, even when under the protection of others. Animals, curious people, and the misstep of giant feet could all prove deathly. I believe Gulliver enjoyed what he learned while in Brobdingnag, but I am also sure that he would have liked to miss certain parts of the trip.