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What are some of the ways the writers in the modern era (1901-present) unit present the relationship between England and the rest of the world? Describe some of these relationships?

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    I think writers in the modern era presented the relationship between England and the rest of the world through a negative lens. George Orwell, for example, often wrote about his extreme distaste towards British imperialism, where most of his inspiration came from his stay in Burma (now known as Myanmar). The Burmese people were oppressed by British imperialism, and this is symbolized through Orwell's short story, "Shooting An Elephant". Judging by this information, writers were most likely beginning to develop negative views concerning British involvement in other countries' affairs.

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