Answer the following questions in a word, a phrase or a sentence each. Who made the friend ship with a man?
The Gentlemen of the Jungle 1 Once upon a time an elephant made a friendship with a man. One day a heavy thunderstorm broke out, the elephant went to his friend, who had a little hut at Gentlemen jungle edge of the forest, and said to him: Please put your trunk in gently.
As soon as the elephant put his trunk inside the hut, slowly he pushed his head inside, and finally flung the man out in the rain, and then lay down comfortably inside his friend's hut, saying: All stood around listening to the heated argument between the man and his friend the elephant.
In this turmoil the lion came along roaring, and said in a loud voice: How dare any one disturb the peace of my kingdom? I have only been having a little discussion with my friend Gentlemen jungle as to the possession of this little hut which your lordship sees me occupying.
Do not grumble any more, your hut is not lost to you. Wait until the sitting of my Imperial Commission, and there you will be given plenty of opportunity to state your case. I am sure that you will be pleased with the findings of the Commission. The elephant, obeying the command of his master, got busy with other ministers to appoint the Commission of Enquiry.
The following elders of the jungle were appointed to sit in the Commission: On seeing the personnel, the man protested and asked if it was not necessary to include in this Commission a member from his side.
But he was told that it was impossible, since no one from his side was well enough educated to understand the intricacy of jungle law.
Further, that there was nothing to fear, for the members of the Commission were all men of repute for their impartiality in justice, and as they were gentlemen chosen by God to look after the interests of races less adequately endowed with teeth and claws, he might rest assured that they would investigate the matter with the greatest care and report impartially.
The Commission sat to take the evidence.
In the end, all the animals, so called Gentlemen of The Jungle, were burned to death when they occupied a larger hut the man created in order to trap them. The s was a time of massive political and social changes in Africa, for Africans were implementing new ways of escaping the umbrella of European occupation/5(7). Essay: The Gentlemen of the Jungle The Gentlemen of the Jungle have many characters that represent the occupiers of horn Africa, where the British occupied the land of the east Africans. The lion that is the king of the Jungle represent the general. Gentlemen of the Jungle, by Jomo Kenyatta - The story takes place in a kenyan jungle - The story has no set time - Culture, the jungle is run by the lion and his imperial commision including the, elephant, rhinoceros, buffalo, aligator, fox and leapord.
Mr Elephant was first called. He came along with a superior air, brushing his tusks with a sapling which Mrs Elephant had provided, and in an authoritative voice said: I have always regarded it as my duty to protect the interests of my friends, and this appears to have caused the misunderstanding between myself and my friend here.
He invited me to save his hut from being blown away by a hurricane. As the hurricane had gained access owing to the unoccupied space in the hut, I.The main themes of the short story “The Gentlemen of the Jungle” by Jomo Kenyatta are that of colonialism and racism and discrimination, which are emphasised through motifs like corruption and deceit.
Jomo Kenyatta's fable Gentlemen of the Jungle is an indictment of European colonialism and a warning to Kenyatta's fellow citizens of Africa against naively opening their metaphorical door to. The Gentlemen of the Jungle is a philosophical tale whose characters are animals; that is a fable – in the tradition of Esope or La Fontaine's work.
The similarity between this short story and classic fables is obvious, at least to some extent, as is shown by many typical expressions, such as "once upon a time" or "lived happily ever after". Jomo Kenyatta's fable Gentlemen of the Jungle is an indictment of European colonialism and a warning to Kenyatta's fellow citizens of Africa against naively opening their metaphorical door to.
The Gentlemen of the Jungle Setting - A jungle in Kenya, Africa during the s - exclusive atmosphere (animals are not welcoming to their outsiders). Essay: The Gentlemen of the Jungle The Gentlemen of the Jungle have many characters that represent the occupiers of horn Africa, where the British occupied the land of the east Africans.
The lion that is the king of the Jungle represent the general.