describe lilliputs and what ever they had done with gilliver

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The people of Lilliput seem to full of pride and mockery towards others and this is seen through their behaviour towards Gulliver. Their height of six feet is probably used by the author to represent their character in an enlarged manner and how they were full of flaws. They only possessed their great stature. But, in reality, they were lacking in human qualities and virtues. They were also short-sighted in their perspectives and this is portrayed through their disability to see beyond a few hundred yards. Their selfishness and crookedness is brought out through their plan to use Gulliver to fight their neighbours and then dispose him after their gains. They accuse Gulliver for misbehaviour in his attempt to extinguish the fire and do not make use of the situation to thank or show gratitude to him. They make use of every opportunity in hand, to kill and bring an end to Gulliver.

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The Lilliputians are men six inches in height but possessing all the pretension and self-importance of full-sized men. They are mean and nasty, vicious, morally corrupt, hypocritical and deceitful, jealous and envious, filled with greed.
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