Gulliver's Travels

Write the observation of gullivers regarding the nature of children and animals in Brobdingang?

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The animals are farm animals and domesticated in some way. The baby seems a little spoiled as Gulliver becomes his play toy,

At this point an infant is brought into the room, who at the sight of Gulliver cries to get him into its hand-with which the mother obliges. Quickly the baby squeezes Gulliver and puts his head in its mouth, at which Gulliver cries out until the baby drops him, luckily into the mother's apron. The baby cannot be quieted until the nurse nurses it. The sight of the woman's breast is repulsive to Gulliver. It is so large in his view that he can see all of its defects.