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"Shooting An Elephant"- Lydia Ekladios and Kaitlin Neang
Updated: 3/15/2020
"Shooting An Elephant"- Lydia Ekladios and Kaitlin Neang
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  • "Shooting An Elephant"
  • Among the Burmese civilians, Orwell stands as an outsider because of his position as a British Indian officer and having power to control political liberties and freedoms. Though to the Burmese, Orwell is portrayed as their oppressor, both sides display multiple forms of maltreatment. The Burmans represent Orwell's puppet masters, as their oppressive behavior, when Orwell retrieves his rifle, pressures him into pursuing actions that go against his own morals, thus him shooting the elephant to please his persecutors. 
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