What is the value of the elephant in shooting an elephant?

The unjust shooting of an elephant in Orwell’s story is the central focus from which Orwell builds his argument through the two dominant characters, the elephant and its executioner. The British officer, the executioner, acts as a symbol of the imperial country, while the elephant symbolizes the victim of imperialism.

Did Mulan fight the Mongols?

In Disney’s version, Mulan fights for China against the Huns, lead by their sharp, sinister-looking warrior general, Shan Yu; however, in “The Ballad of Mulan“, she pledges fealty to the Northern Wei, a Turco-Mongol people, during the Northern and Southern dynasties period (420 to 589).

Who attacked China in Mulan?

The Huns

Does Mulan fall in love?

Li Shang is dead. The hot warrior in Disney’s animated classic Mulan didn’t survive the transition from animation to live-action, but there’s a new love interest for Mulan, Chen Honghui. In the live action Mulan, instead of falling in love with her commander Li Shang, the heroine finds romance with a fellow soldier.

Is Mulan real or a legend?

Is Mulan Based on a Real Story? Mulan is based on an ancient Chinese folk story called the Ballad of Mulan (木兰辞 Mùlán Cí). It is a short folk story comprised of 392 Chinese characters that was created in the Northern Wei Dynasty (386–534). The Ballad of Mulan has been a popular tale since the Tang Dynasty (618–907).