Gulliver's Travels

The little people of liliput are not cowed down by bulkand size of Gulliver but stand up to face him.What is your view about it?How do you interpret it?

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They are stubborn and seem not afraid of Gulliver. They shoot arrows at him, tie him up, and generally force their will upon him. Gulliver could of course crush them but he is, at heart, an explorer. The Lilliputians are headstrong and not always aware of the consequences from their actions. They have a strong sense of hierarchy and seem to do what the Emperor commands.