Gulliver's Travels

Why does the Dwarf get mad at Gulliver

I understand its because he was the smallest person there and then here came along Gulliver but whats a better way to say that and go more in depth with it

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Serving in Brobdingnag proves difficult for Gulliver. He experiences a series of dangers because of his small size-and because the dwarf relishes in making Gulliver's life difficult. . Gulliver's nemesis is the dwarf, who used to be the small man in court and favored by the queen.