Orwell creates these emotions through the use of vivid, blunt descriptions. Be sure to read your work aloud when you reviseeditand proofread. By portraying the prisoner in this way, Orwell humanizes him showing despite the crime he committed which is never disclosed he is a fellow human and this treatment and sentence is unforgivable.
By showing the harsh conditions of the prisoner through the use of imagery, Orwell depicts the brutality of the execution, suggesting his apparent disapproval on capital punishment. Everyone was laughing. On the other hand, the executing officers, who are thinking about their breakfasts even as they wrap the noose around the convicted, are decidedly less than human.
He does not take responsibility for what is about to be done. Even after the hangman pulled the cloth over his face, his chanting continued.