Project #58628 - Shooting an Elephant and Letter From Birmingham Jail

Prompt: In Shooting an Elephant, George Orwell depicts an emotional picture of a person acting against his convictions simply to prove his authority while Martin Luther King uses his authority to enact "civil disobedience". Analyze the roles that moral consciousness and ethics play in the decisions made by George Orwell and Martin Luther King.

Civil Disobedience: The active refusal to obey governmental laws.


Hints: In writing your essay, think about our class discussions regarding freedom of choice, peer and societal pressure, individual consciousness, marginalized individuals, just/unjust laws and assimilation.

 

Requirements: MLA Formatted, double-spaced, Times New Roman Typeset, 12 point font, works cited page. Essat must include quotes and/or paraphases.

Length: 4 full pages (work cited doesnt count)

 

Subject English
Due By (Pacific Time) 02/22/2015 12:00 am
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