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22 January, 18:26

What is the principal cultural conflict in shooting an elephant?

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  1. 22 January, 18:50
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    The principal cultural conflict in ‘Shooting an Elephant’ is the evils of colonialism.

    The principal conflicts in "Shooting an Elephant" gyrate around a colonial policeman in British governed Burma. He experiences great difficulties with the people he must protect. He believes that they harbor a hatred and a distinct bias towards him.
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