1.在Norton Reader的517页，短版，第一个问题问，“为什么奥威尔拍大象？考虑使他拍摄的动机。然后将其分为个人动机，间接的动机，社会动机，或政治动机。是否容易他的动机分配到的类别？为什么或者为什么不*奥威尔那样拍大象，因为他觉得，从数千身后土著人来到时，他得到了他手中的步枪的压力。这些人预计奥威尔拍摄的大象。奥威尔意识到，如果他能拍大象，他将获得由缅甸人民一定尊重。我认为他的决定是基于环境的动机，社会动机和政治动机。它被认为是出于政治动机，因为他不想让其他德国军官由缅甸人民是不尊重和有像他这样的不愉快的经历。社会动机是最重要的动机之一，因为他想获得来自缅甸的某些方面，总是谁的他是个傻瓜。 I think it is not so hard to assign his motives to categories because Orwell describes his feeling very clearly in his essay and it’s easy to understand. 2. Facts ordinarily do not speak for themselves. How does Orwell present his facts to make them speak in support of his analytic points? Look, for example, at the death of the elephant (paragraphs 11 to 13) * I think Orwell used the fact to support his analytic points by describing the death of the elephant in step by step, so the reader can imagine along. For example in paragraph 13, he explained how he tried to make the elephant suffer the least but ended up being hopeless. He also tried to explain how the elephant was in such an agony to the point that it probably couldn’t feel anything anymore. 3. List morals you learn from this story.