Shooting an Elephant and A Hanging by George Orwell
In both stories, there are two main outstanding animals involved. an elephant in the “Shooting an Elephant" and a dog in the “A Hanging". The elephant was angry, laborious, violent, destructive, mute and arrogant'(Orwell, and George 2008). On the other hand, the dog in the "A Hanging" story was defined by kindness, care and affectionate towards the young man on the gallowsThis essay compares and contrasts two short stories, which were written by George Orwell "Shooting an Elephant" and "A Hanging". Essentially, the setting of two stories was at a place Burma, which is a country in Asia. In the story, "A Hanging" the setting was mainly in a prison-based jail while on the other hand the "Shooting an Elephant was in a Moulmein, in lower Burma where an Elephant went ‘mute’. The main Characters in the “A Hanging" story were mainly a Hindu popularly known because he was very small whit with no hair and vague liquid eyes, also he had a thick mustache which was quite humongous for his small body. In addition to that, George Orwell played as a key character in the story but he was the main narrator and also there were six prison wardens as well as their senior. a superintendent. Moreover, the supervisor of the jail was “a trained army physician with grayish kind of a toothbrush mustache and a gruff based voice”.There are several similarities and difference cited from the two stories. Shooting an Elephant" And "A Hanging" by George Orwell.Similarities
“…a story always sounds clear enough at a distance, but the nearer you get to the scene of events the vaguer it becomes due to the yellow complexion.”First, the same author who is George Orwell wrote the two books, popularly known as Eric. A. Blair. He is an experienced essayist who has written a lot on ant-Semitism in England. Essentially, he was a police officer in Burma at the time of writing the essay “Shooting an Elephant”.