This is a bit making it simple however since he had to do a bunch of things before he was able to do this. He had to clear a piece of a forest and to lie on his side in a special manner in order to see the palace and the beautiful rooms that he later described.
The last option
He lies down on his side
The correct answer is D) He lies down on his side.
Gulliver lies down on his sided to better see the palace of the emperor of Lilliput.
To see the Palace in Lilliput, Gulliver cut some trees and used the wood to put his feet on. He used the wood to have a better position and then he lied down his side to see the palace.
"Gulliver’s Travels" was a novel written by the Irish Jonathan Swift in 1726. The author uses Gilligan's travels to make a satire and mock the English customs of the time, as well as political issues in Britain.
to have a better vision of the palace of the emperor of lilliput, gulliver lies on side.
however, gulliver had to do many other before doing . he cut a few large trees in the park using knife and made two three-feet stools that could withstand weight. he then went to the side of the outer court of the palace and stood on one stool. gulliver then placed the other stool on the roof in the space between the first and second courts. he then got on to stool and lifted the first stool using a hooked stick. the stick also gain entry into the innermost court. then he lay on side facing the open windows. lying down in position, gulliver could see the beautiful apartments of the place.