The Liliputions consider Gullivers attempt of kindness as a form of treason and sentence him to have his eyes gouged out.
The lands viewed were never accurately depicted; instead, the author would embellish local...
Much has been written about the religion and politics of Gulliver’s Travels, specifically in relation to Part I, A Voyage to Lilliput.
Gulliver's pride is displayed when he enters the island of Liliput and becomes the pocket-sized peoples savyor.
However, his folly is revealed when he gets a huge wake up call after entering Brobdingnag.