Colonial Cuistice In Rikka-Tikki-Tavi By Rudyard Kipling

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Colonial discourse is the study of how one particular region, that is Europe, is influencing other nations. Their influences is being about the beliefs, culture, language, political, and many other. The people in the world are being taught and to believes according what the European had described. Even though there is the study about how European influence other people, there is also always an opposing side that is the resisting of colonial discourse. This resisting of colonial discourse is the opposing viewpoint that describe about the people all around the world are equal, there is no class, or rank that determined the status of an individual. In the story, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi by Rudyard Kipling is one of the Indian writer who wrote in English about post colonial discourse. Kipling used this short story to described his own country, India, and talk about the situation that could be understand through his simple writing that children could easily understand. Rudyard Kipling is an English short story writer. He is an Indian citizen who published many of the English story which is very…show more content…
The changes that had occurred is that the garden is represented as the jungle of India, had developed into a bungalow which was made into the house for the European. This represented that European had brought development to India through their colonizing.”They took him into the house”(Kipling, 1894). This house is also represented as the safe location that protect the European from danger. The garden is also can be seen as an unsafe place to stay as there is many wild animals that lived in and could do harm to people. The garden also represent the people who does not want to accept the European and would like to use violence way to get rid of them. Hence, European power that influence people of India had brought many changed which the native people accepted as well as not accepted with these

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