How did the people of Burma express their hatred towards the narrator and his race in 'Shooting an Elephant' by George Orwell?
I believe that you can find all the examples that you need for this question in the first paragraph of the essay. There, the narrator gives at least a few ways in which the people of Burma showed that they hated the colonizers.
Here are a few examples:
- If there was a European woman alone in a market place, they would surely spit betel nut juice (very reddish black stuff) on her dress.
- When they played soccer, the opponents would foul the narrator and the referee would not call it.
- People would "hoot" at him and jeer at him when he was a safe distance away from them.