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Unformatted text preview: is in charge. Find evidence in the text for this assumption. 3. How does the story indicate that everyone loses in this form of government, particularly regarding the spectacle that occurs with the elephant? 4. Find examples of the mutual hatred among the protagonist, the natives and the government. (OVER) 5. How does Orwell imply the disassociation between the rulers and the ruled? 6. What could the elephant symbolize? The coolie? The crowd? 7. How effective is this story in its criticism of imperialism? Be specific. Is it as effective as an essay? 8. Based on Orwells writing, are you convinced that imperialism is negative based on this story? Why or why not? 2...
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