<ol><li>How does George Orwell make the reader care about his narrative in "Shooting an
Elephant?" Find three specific examples in the text and explain how these examples make the reader care.</li><li> Where in the story does Orwell use the rhetorical device of "unifying 2+2" as described in the Stanton video? How does Orwell make the rhetorical device work?</li><li> What would you say is Orwell's spine? Discuss an example from the story that reveals Orwell's spine to the reader. </li><li>Consider Stanton's story. What is his spine? Discuss a point in the video where Stanton reveals his spine to the viewer.</li><li>What promises do Stanton and Orwell make to their audiences and how does each author fulfill his promise with regards to the narrative?</li></ol>
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