George Orwell, Shooting an Elephant

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English

 

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October 1, 2014

 

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Rifle in hand and a crowd behind he continues his journey. (para. 4) The officer realizes the crowd is excited at the thought he is going to kill this elephant. Killing the elephant would provide entertainment and food for them. At the bottom of the hill the officer and crowd behind see the elephant across the road "peacefully eating...
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At the bottom of the hill the officer and crowd behind see the elephant across the road "peacefully eating." The officer knows the elephant has passed it's stage of "must" and not to shoot it. He decides to observe the elephant to see if the state of "must" has truly passed instead of shooting it. (para...
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