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1. Compare and contrast the conflicts faced by Orwell in “Shooting an Elephant” to those faced by Gideon in “No Witchcraft for Sale.” To what unique revelation does Orwell’s position as a police officer lead him? How can Gideon’s ultimate decision not to share his knowledge be interpreted as an act of rebellion and an assertion of the dignity and worth of his culture?

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    That's your assignment, which no one will write for you. Have you read both stories?

    What are your questions about your assignment?

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    I just need some points to get me started. Just some things I need to write about and make sure I cover.

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    I don't even know where to start.

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    You can start by listing the conflicts in each story.

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    Did you follow Ms Sue's directions and make a list of all the conflicts in the two stories?

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    I did. Thank you both for your help. Making a list did help get me started, and I just completed the assignment.

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    Cathrine do you mind helping me i'm having trouble and my end date is almost here

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    Ha Ha BENIS

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