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Elephants

I have recently seen The Elephant Kingdom Imax movie. ... African elephants are the biggest specie of elephants. ... These ears help to cool the elephant down. ... The elephant also has thick skin and sparse hair. ... The elephant has been hunted for it's ivory tusks to make medicine, this has caused the elephant to go onto the endangered...
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Elephants

There are only two types of existing elephants today; they are the Asian and African elephants. These elephants are sadly shrinking in number however, one hundred years ago the elephant population was numbered in the millions. ... This elephant also has fingers at the end of its trunk, however unlike the Asian elephant there are two of them....
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about elephants

When he saw an elephant for the first time, he was fascinated and he stood up in front of the elephant when his parents were gone. Charlie Gray always feeds the elephants before going to bed, an elephant always sleep wake up, because otherwise the elephant will die of choking, because of his own weight. ... An elephant can walk twenty ...
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African Elephant

The Closest Relatives to the African Elephant are: the Asian Elephant, mammoths, primitive proboscidean (mastodons), sea cows, and hyraxes. ... An elephant uses its trunk for many things. ... The elephant also has tusks which can dig up roots and help the elephant dig at dried up river beds for water. ... Another unusual...
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Shooting an Elephant

In "Shooting an Elephant," George Orwell finds himself in a difficult situation involving an elephant. The fate of the elephant lies in his hands. ... So in that instant he felt that he had to kill the elephant. ... The elephant lay, "dying, very slowly and in great agony. . ." While the elepha...
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Shooting an Elephant

Shoong an elephant: master or slave? In the story "Shooting an Elephant," by George Orwell, the character finds himself at the mercy of a hooting crowd of Burmese villagers eager to see him shoot an elephant gone "must." ... The narrator knew that is was wrong to kill the elephant. ... He had procured an elephant ...
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Shooting an Elephant

One day an elephant is running around mad and he keeps breaking people's hut. So the British police officer is sent to trap the elephant and put him back in the zoo. ... Should he shoot the elephant or should he try to trap him?? ... The officer doesn't know what to do and out of rage he shoots the elephant. ...
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Hills Like White Elephants

Hills Like White Elephants "Hills Like White Elephants" is a story that portrayed many symbols. White Elephants have always been gifts that are unwanted. Hemingway in this selection uses these white elephants to describe abortion through one couples eyes. ... Jig's unborn child, in this story, is like a whi...
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elephant man

Ashley Montagu tells John Merrick's unusual story in the book that studies human dignity, The Elephant Man. The Elephant Man, an intriguing book that captures the heart of the spirit, is the story of a simple, yet unfortunate, man. ... So, because of his hideous looks, being displayed as half-man and half-elephant at a freak...
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Similarities and differences between African and Asian Elephants

The African Elephant and the Asian Elephant are two existing species of these enormous mammals. ... Inside these herds, female elephants form their own group with only nursing male elephants. ... These herds usually obtain a mature female elephant as a leader, and can average twenty to forty elephants with life spans reaching seventy years old. .....
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Ganesha - The Elephant God of Hinduism

He is the Elephant god, one of the most recognized symbols of Hinduism. He has the head of an elephant, the body of a pot-bellied man, and 4 human arms. ... They brought back an elephant head, and thus Ganesha was reborn with the head of an Elephant. ... Vishu ran to a nearby riverbank and brought back an elephant...
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Shooting an Elephant

Then one day a stray elephant was spotted ravaging the other side of town. ... The elephant was found in some paddy field right next to the village. ... When he saw the elephant he knew that he wasn't going to shoot him. ... He didn't want to shoot the elephant once and it seemed to him as if the elephant just became paralyzed. ...
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Hills Like White elephant

Hills Like White Elephants In the short story "Hills Like White Elephants" written by Ernest Hemingway, the two main characters find themselves in a moral dilemma. ... In looking out toward the barren side of the landscape, she sees a line of hills and comments, "They look like white elephants"(Pg.401). ... White elephants,...
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Hills Like White Elephants

Analysis of "Hills Like White Elephants" "Hills like White Elephants" written by Ernest Hemingway is about an American man and a girl named Jig who are traveling throughout Spain together. ... Ernest Hemingway's "Hills like White Elephants" contains both internal and external conflicts. ... As readers our first ...
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Hills Like White Elephants

An Analysis of Theme in Ernest Hemingway's "Hills's Like White Elephants" Ernest Hemingway's Hills Like White Elephants is a fascinating story, set at a train station at Zaragosa, Spain. ... The term "white elephant" was used in the Swing era, and usually stood for an unwanted gift. The birth of a child, when&#...
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Shooting an Elephant

In his essay "Shooting an Elephant", George Orwell attempts to relay the inhumanity of imperialism. ... Upon finding the elephant, he rightly determines that it poses no present or future safety risk. ... The two dominant characters of the essay include the elephant and its executioner, a British officer. The executioner symbolizes the imperial c...
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Shooting an Elephant

His bitter attitude towards the British imperialism has got a sound expression in his anti- colonialist essay "shooting an elephant". In this essay Orwell narrates in detail how he during his stay in Burma, became a victim of the situation and consequently was coerced into the act of killing an elephant. ... One day as he was appraised of t...
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Hills Like White Elephants

Hemmingway's "Hills Like White Elephants" Ernest Hemmingway's "Hills Like White Elephants" is not a story in the clasical sense with an introduction, a development of the story, and an end. ... This main topic can been seen from the title, where "Hills" refer to the shape o...
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hills like white elephants

"Hills Like White Elephants" After I read the story "Hills Like White Elephants" a few times, the point of the story became a little more clear. ... When I first finished reading the story "Hills Like White Elephants" I was very unclear about many things. ... As for the title, "Hills Like ...
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Shooting an elephant

Through his experience with a "renegade" elephant, Orwell explains why imperialism as a political system is so very flawed. ... Orwell is faced with the decision of whether or not to shoot the elephant. On one hand, the elephant is worth a lot more alive to its owner than dead. He also realizes that the recent aggressions of ...
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Hemingways Hills Like White Elephants, a Critical Inquiry

Another aspect of the story that caught my attention was its title, "Hills Like White Elephants." Jig also describes the hills as white elephants. ... If Jig chooses not to abort the fetus, she will become large and round like an elephant. ... I looked up the definition for white elephant in The Merriam Webster Dictionary. ... T...
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Evaluation of Shooting an Elephant

The story that my evaluation will be based on is Shooting an Elephant written in 1936. ... He wanted him to go do something about the loose elephant because the mahout (the keeper and driver of an elephant) was away and no one else could handle a situation such as this. The main character grabbed his 44 rifle and set out to find...
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Shooting an Elephant

In Orwell's essay "Shooting An Elephant" he describes the way he felt about the decisions he had to make and the pressure he was put under by all of the people around him. ... Orwell discusses the time he had in the town when a wild elephant got loose and was terrorizing the town's bizarre. He was sent to the location&#...
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Hills Like White Elephants 2

Communication Issues and Conflicts in "Hills Like White Elephants," "Daisy Miller," and "Queer" The charaters in "Hills Like White Elephants," "Daisy Miller," and "Babylon Revisited" all communniacte with one another in very diffrent ways. ... "Hills Like White Elephants" is a very short story,...
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Shooting an Elephant by orwel

One day he encountered a situation involving an elephant that had gone "must." The elephant had ransacked parts of town and he had killed a coolie. Orwell was faced with a difficult decision when it came to dealing with the elephant. He had a gun that could kill the elephant, but in the beginning, he was only carrying it if the&...
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