Gulliver's Travels is a 1726 book by a Irish writer and clergyman and is listed as "a satirical masterpiece".
‘Gulliver’s Travels’ by Jonathan Swift is a fantasy text, and many elements of the novel are purely fictional. Lilliput is a fictional island where the Lilliputian people reside within the story. In Swift’s book, the people of Lilliput are six inches tall (approximately the same size as an iPhone!).
This is significantly smaller than the average height of a human. Although the Lilliputian people are based on Swift’s imagination, there is a village in Iran, Western Asia, where it is believed that people below average height used to live. See this article by Shervin Abdolhamidi for more information: