ENG120 Grossmont Shooting An Elephant By George Orwell Analysis

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Hi there my Essay is about "Shooting an Elephant" by George Orwell make sure you include Ethos, Logos, and Pathos

I send you all the required that he want it in the essay make sure you read the reading too pese

introduce the text you are analyzing and provide a brief summary of the author’s intent. Then identify and describe how well the author achieves his or her objective. In our class discussions, we have explored the topics of identity, self-identity, and stereotypes. You may bring elements of those discussions into your analysis of your chosen essay.

Make sure that to include all of the Aristotelian appeals: Ethos, Logos, and Pathos.

You must provide examples (specific textual references, paraphrases, and direct quotes) from the essay to support your claims.

Please note you are NOT agreeing or disagreeing with the authors argument- ONLY analyzing it.

  1. Read, Analyze, Discuss, & Evaluate a Text
  2. Identify Arguments, Strategies, &Structures used in a Text
  3. Completethe Entire Writing Process: Invention/Prewriting, Arrangement/Organization, Drafting/Revision, Editing/Proofreading, & Final Polished Paper
  4. Createa Clear Thesis and Topic Sentences for Body Paragraphs
  5. Compose an Essay MLA Format

☑ Your paper MUST be typed and in MLA format.

You MUST have at LEAST 3 quotes supporting your thesis. MUST USE ALL THREE QUOTE INTEGRATION TECHNIQUES (Colon, Comma, & Full Integration). More quotes are welcome.

☑ Be sure to edit out any lapses in grammar, spelling, word choice, and sentence structure.



This is not a research paper. You should have one source on your Works Cited page and that is the essay you select to analyze.

--Your paper needs to be written in third person impersonal (The author claims…).

--LIMITED first person (I, me, we, etc.) and NO second person (you, yours, etc.).

--No contractions in academic writing (can’t should be cannot).

--The title of essays should be in quotes (“Shooting an Elephant”).

--Refer to full title of the essay and the author’s full name in your introduction ONCE.

--In the rest of your essay ALWAYS refer to the author’s last name (Orwell asserts…). Note: If the author has two last names you need to refer to them by both last names throughout your essay.

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ENG120 Grossmont Shooting An Elephant By George Orwell Analysis
ENG120 Grossmont Shooting An Elephant By George Orwell Analysis
ENG120 Grossmont Shooting An Elephant By George Orwell Analysis
ENG120 Grossmont Shooting An Elephant By George Orwell Analysis
ENG120 Grossmont Shooting An Elephant By George Orwell Analysis

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School: Duke University

Hi, Find attached the paper for your review.Let me know if you need anything edited or changed.Looking forward to working with you again in future.Thank you.

Surname 1
Students Name
Professors Name
“Shooting an Elephant”
“Shooting an Elephant” was written by Gorge Orwell, an English writer, in 1936
as an essay. The text focuses on the author's personal experiences as an officer in a
foreign country. The narrator in the text, Orwell, describes himself as an unintelligent
young man who hates his job. Orwell finds a dead man killed by an elephant, and he must
report the incident to his superiors. At this point, the narrator feels the crowd’s pressure
imploring him to shoot and kill the elephant. But he does not intend to kill the animal
because his assumption at the moment is that it is no longer dangerous. Therefore, the
narrator in the text is somewhat reluctant in shooting the elephant, but he eventually does
it because of the fear that he could be considered as weak by the crowd. The killing of the
elephant shows how the British colony perpetuates itself. In this case, individuals harmed
by the colonial violence are silenced just like the elephant. The main objective of the
author in the text is to demonstrate the oppressive influence imposed by the imperialist
government on agents that advocate and represent their established empire. The author
depicts how agents of tyrannical and imperialist regimes behave unwillingly to uphold
their empire’s powerful image.
The author utilized pathos to make the reader emotionally involved in the story
particularly in the scene of the death of the elephant. This was realized through selecting

Surname 2
the right words when describing certain events and scenes. When Orwell shot the
elephant, seemingly harmless...

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