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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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    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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    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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    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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    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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    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 ''Shooting an Elephant,'' George Orwell demonstrates the vanity of imperialism and expresses its negative outcomes and how it can influence the country that is being run. By pointing out a minor conflict- shooting an elephant while serving as a police officer in Burma, Orwell uses his language to...

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    English 12. Evgeniya Belim . “Shooting an elephant” What would you do when faced with a crowd expected of you to act? In “Shooting an Elephant” George Orwell speaks of human behavior in a critical situation, under the pressure of several factors such as social, political, spiritual factors. The author...

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     Shooting an Elephant · What is the writer´s job? He is a sub-divisional police officer in Lower Burma, Moulmein. · How does he feel about his job? He hates it! He is an anti-imperialist, obviously, as he expresses hatred towards the Empire several times throughout the story. ...

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    Ahmed 2 Ahmed 1 Subject: Shooting an Elephant Essay Grade: 11.3 Date: September 2014 George Orwell whose real name was Eric Blair, was born in Motihari, India at 1903 and he passed in London at 1950. He was a British writer known for his dystopian novels such as "Animal Farm" and "1984." Orwell...

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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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     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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    November 20, 2012 Shooting an Elephant In society, we are sometimes obligated to make a decision on the spot, without looking back or looking at any options around us. It may mean you have to make a decision for a big group or have to make a decision for yourself; in this case, both of those...

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    M2.1 How to act colonially...or not? ”Shooting an Elephant” is an essay written by British writer George Orwell in 1936 and takes place in the town of Moulmein in lower Burma where he was stationed as a police officer in the early to middle 1920´s. It is a literary essay in which he tells the story...

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    Shooting an Elephant Orwell battles a constant struggle between his role as a British Police Officer and as a citizen who can recognize the error of the dominating, imperialistic government whose rules he must enforce. Orwell dislikes the tyrannical ways of British imperialism and is also discontent...

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    Shooting an Elephant” written by George Orwell in 1951, is a personal narrative essay. This story, is about a man being peer pressured by others to do a deed, that he is not comfortable about. This man is a police officer in a small town named Moulmein, This story shows how...

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    Shooting an Elephant In “Shooting an Elephant”, Orwell uses many components in his writing to help his readers see that bad things that happen. The two main obvious components used by Orwell include imagery and gruesome descriptions of what is going on in the story. Each, were used to make everything...

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    In order to work in cruise line corporations you will have to complete the cruise ship employment. Which consists of shipboard safety, emergency response, effective communication skills ( especially in a Multi-Cultural environment ), general work requirements, and how it is to live...

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