Analysis Of George Orwell 's ' The ' Essay
(Three Messages From Shooting An Elephant by George Orwell)
Whoa! Look at that elephant man! Wow, it’s so massive bro! That thing can like squish all our enemies within a single stomp! Dude, you’re right it could! What are you boys doing? Watching this massive elephant, what are you doing? Well, I’m here to take that beast 's life. WHAT?! Yep, sadly I have to take that there animal 's life. Why? Why, do you have to take this here animal 's life? That 's not cool at all bro! What has this elephant done to deserve to die?! It hasn’t done anything, you boys are just too young to understand why this needs to be done, now, run along and find your moms you don’t want to see this, as much as I don’t want to do this. George Orwell’s real name Eric Arthur Blair, was born in Motihari, India on June 25, 1903, He moved to England when he was one year old along with his sister and mom. On October 1922, he went down to Burma to join the police force down there where he wrote his short story, Shooting an Elephant, based on the true facts that happened while he was there. Course, all of this has to do with him Shooting an Elephant, hence the name of the short story. While experiencing Burma he had a change, he didn’t want to look foolish because of peer pressure by the Burmans, Imperialism is evil and wrong and the Burmans are in charge, and he regretted killing the elephant.
Initially, George Orwell while experiencing Burma he had his first change…