1.Lilliputions are tiny 1. Brobdingnag are giants.
2.The emperor of Lilliput only seeks to be entertained and exercise his power. He executes his subjects for minor infractions or simply because they have annoyed him in some way. 2.The king of Brobdingnag is a true intellectual who cares about his subjects and likes to ponder the complexities of life.
3. Small minds and spirits, 3. The gigantic Brobdingnagians are, like their bodies, expansive in intellect and morals.
4. Swift uses the Lilliputians to satirize their corrupt political practices. 4. Swift not only uses the Brobdingnagian governmental system to satirize the government, but he explicitly uses king of Brobdingnag to satirize the English government.
5. the Lilliputians first treated Gulliver well but later when Gulliver was not helping them to save their interest, they decided to kill him.
5.Brobdingnagians do treat Gulliver as a plaything. When he tries to speak seriously with the king of Brobdingnag about England, the king dismisses the English as odious vermin, showing that deep discussion is not possible for Gulliver here.