In "Shooting an Elephant", the Burmese view the English with angry suspicion.
In the essay "Shooting an Elephant", the author, George Orwell, explores the idea of British imperialism. Britain had Burma under its power until their people managed to achieve independence in 1948. In the essay, Burmese people have a negative attitude towards the English people since the British treat them in a very bad way. Moreover, although the Burmese people do not have enough guts to start a riot, sometimes they show their discontent towards British officers by insulting them when it is not dangerous to do so.
with angry suspicion
"Shooting an Elephant" is an essay written by George Orwell, in the year of 1936. In such, it is evident that the Burmese hated the English. They demonstrated it by doing little actions caused by a general negative attitude towards imperialism because it was suppressing them. For example they would be spitting on women dresses or jeering at officers.
shooting an elephant is an essay written by George Orwell in the year of 1936 such it is evident that the Burmese hated the English
say demonstrated it by doing little action caused by a general negative attitude towards the Imperialism
With angry suspicion.