Gulliver's Travels

describe the visit of gulliver the land of liliputians?

It is a question of part 1 voyage to liliput

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Gulliver lands in a land of "small people" who find him to be a giant and who are afraid of him. The Emperor of Lilliput is headstrong, superficial and immature. He uses Gulliver both as a novelty and a weapon. He attempts to take advantage of Gulliver's size by asking him to defeat the people of Blefescu who continue the argument of which end of the egg should be broken when peeling eggs. Gulliver ultimately leaves the land because the people of Lilliput are upset about his behavior on the night of a fire in the palace. He knows they are trying to kill him.