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    SG Orwell's Relationship with the Burmese in “Shooting an Elephant” The relationship between Orwell and the Burmese in George Orwell's “Shooting an Elephant,” is a complex relationship filled with hatred. Regardless of Orwell's personal morals and beliefs on imperialism, he still upholds...
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  • Shooting an Elephant
    Whitney Watson English 102 April 2nd 2012 Literary Analysis of Shooting an Elephant The short story “Shooting an Elephant” by George Orwell, takes place in Burma in the 1920’s, when Burma existed as a province of India. The narrator is an Anglo/Indian official who struggles with several...
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    Julien Combes Natasha Rebry Writing 009 20th November 2011 “Shooting an Elephant“: Orwell’s combat against imperialism “Shooting an Elephant” is an essay written by George Orwell, first published in the journal New Writing in 1936. In this essay, the author tells his own story...
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    September 30, 2013 George Orwell’s Shooting an Elephant Analysis George Orwell tells his story about his time spent with the Burmese while he was a police officer working in Burma. He did not want his relationship to be affected by how the British treated the Burmese people and felt no...
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    Trystan Tomco Mr. Stone English 110 12/03/13 Shooting an Elephant Essay George Orwell wrote “Shooting an Elephant” to teach readers about imperialism and its effects on not only those ruled but also those charged with maintaining order above them. Orwell’s narrator is a...
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  • An Analysis of Orwell's "Shooting an Elephant"
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  • Shooting an Elephant, Critical Analysis
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  • Shooting an Elephant
    A police officer in the British Raj, the supposedly “unbreakable” ruling force, was afraid. With his gun aimed at a elephant’s head, he was faced with the decision to pull the trigger. That officer was George Orwell, and he writes about his experience in his short story, “Sho...
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  • Summary of Shooting an Elephant
    "Shooting an Elephant," by George Orwell is a first person view on living and working as a European police officer in Moulmein, Lower Burma. There was a bit of tension between the locals and the foreign law enforcement since the British had taken over the country, so Orwell was not thought fondly o...
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  • Shooting an Elephant
    Shooting an Elephant is an essay written by George Orwell. The essay involved pressure. Pressure is something which usually involves having to do a negative act or behavior or else be ridiculed by one's peers. George Orwell was one who had gone through pressure in his life. When he was an Imperial o...
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