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    of authority before subordinates and from being ridiculed by their workers, even if the supervisors object these types of actions. The essay "Shooting an Elephant" relates to this situation. The author of this essay is George Orwell. The author talks about his work and personal experience that emphasizes...

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    Shooting an Elephant” Response Orwell did not get along with the Burmese, nor did he like them because they would make fun of him and enjoyed insulting him while on duty. As for the British Raj, he felt as if the Raj was a cruel and aggressive government ruler and that his hatred towards him was...

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    do almost anything to make the Burmese like him, which puts him in a very difficult position. In “Shooting an Elephant” Orwell faces a life-changing event of choosing between a good reputation or shooting an innocent animal and going against his morals. Orwell has a hard time adjusting in Burma due...

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    Shooting An Elephant Questions 1)George Orwell has an extremely scornful attitude towards imperialism. He views it as a corrupt form of government. He has a strong disgust for the native people, as they continually harass him on a daily basis. They attempt to trip him on the soccer field, laugh and...

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    tyranny, the narrator, George Orwell, realizes his own oppression is not a product of his enemies but his own internal conflicts. In the essay “Shooting an Elephant”, George Orwell narrates his experience serving as a sub-divisional police officer for the British Empire in Moulmein, Burma. Orwell uses metaphors...

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    Shooting an Elephant (Orwell, 1936) During the years (1823-1886) as British Empire had control over Burma, a British Indian Imperial Police named George Orwell wrote an outstanding essay/story through which he expressed the morality of British Imperialism and the hatred of the Burmese towards this...

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    In George Orwell’s “Shooting an Elephant”, Orwell is presented with a task that causes him a great deal of stress as he battles with his internal conflict throughout the story. Orwell has mixed feelings after he kills the elephant. He feels wrong for killing the elephant because he feels that there...

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    Earley’s idea can apply to Orwell’s essay “Shooting an Elephant”. In this scenario, the two “things” are imperialism and the elephant. Orwell clearly and precisely proves Earley’s theory (per say) in his essay. The title lets the reader know that there is an elephant involved. When the essay is first read...

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    Joe Portaro Scott Tenney Project 2b "Shooting an elephant" The main purpose of George Orwell’s story “shooting an elephant” is not to show how or explain how to actually kill an elephant; his work demonstrates how people will react to a imperialistic situation, will they follow the crowd or will...

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    AS, SYMBOLISM, METAPHORS AND IRONY IN THIS ESSAY AND EXPLAIN HOW HE USES EACH OF THESE TO CONVEY HIS ARGUMENT OR MESSAGE In the extract, "Shooting An Elephant" Orwell conveys his message through the use of various persuasive tools. He wants the reader to identify when somebody assumes power. This technique...

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    Shooting an Elephant George Orwell's essay “Shooting an Elephant” was a first-person narration by an Indian Imperial Police officer. Set in British colony of Burma during the early 20th century, the officer was seen as white foreign repressive authority figure. His relationship with Burmese natives...

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    Shooting an Elephant In life, everyone has their own choices to make. Most of the time, the side that one has to choose is not what they want but what they need. Just one wrong decision can even cost a life. Hence many choices are immensely difficult. A significant one could be choosing to follow one...

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    S. Zamb. November 29, 2001 “Shooting and elephant” Erick Arthur Blair better known as George Orwell was born in Mohitari, India on June 25, 1903. India into a family of the “lower-upper middle class. George Orwell’s education brought him to England where he was unable to win a scholarship to...

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    February 2014 Student Dialogue: Shooting an Elephant In George Orwell's dialogue Shooting an Elephant, he accentuates the grave aversion that he has for being a police officer in Moulmein. The author uses many literary devices to depict his controversy with killing the elephant or not, such as foreshadowing...

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    Shooting an Elephant A price is payed to save oneself from humiliation, but, being pressured into doing something that one doesn't want to do, makes people feel lost and pushed into a big problem. In the story "Shooting an Elephant" by George Orwell, he himself goes through a struggle in being the one...

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    Shooting an Elephant AP Lang - 2nd Period 2-9-14 1. The point in Orwell's essay is that when you succumb to peer pressure and do something that you wouldn't normally do and that you don't think is right just because people want you to, you have to live with the consequences and the lasting effect....

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    Carlos D Joubert ENC1101 Proffesor: A.Moreno Sunday “Shooting an elephant” Journal Response #II This was quite a brilliant piece in my estimation. I particularly liked how inept at killing the beast he was. It really stressed how ridiculous it all was. I also really liked...

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    1. Orwell shoots the elephant because the two thousand native people standing behind him expect him to. They want revenge for the man it killed, the meat the carcass will provide, and the entertainment of watching the shooting. “The people expected it of me and I had got to do it” he writes. There is...

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     Professor Rivers Comp. 2 27 January 2014 “Shooting an Elephant” Response Essay George Orwell’s experience was a test of whether he remained true to his beliefs or whether he would let others influence his conscious decisions. Living in Moulmein, Burma, Orwell was hated by a number...

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    Shooting an Elephant Have you ever asked yourself what you would do if you were under pressure from a thousand native people and an elephant has gone "must"? You can find an answer in the essay "Shooting an Elephant" that was written by George Orwell, who...

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