Animal Farm by George Orwell: a Story Showing Class Superiority Is Shown Through the Abuse of Language

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In George Orwell's "Animal Farm", the animals on the farm abide by rules and mottos in order to keep all of the animals in line, however class superiority is shown through the abuse of language. This is first shown when the Old Major proclaims, "Four legs good, two legs bad." (Orwell, 20). The animals on the farm believe that if they live and work by this motto, it will help them achieve their goals. However, it later backfires on them when dictatorship affects the farm and the motto is then changed to "Four legs good, two legs better." (Orwell, 94)

In George Orwell's "Animal Farm", the animals on the farm abide by rules and mottos in order to keep all of the animals in line, however class superiority is shown through the abuse of language. This is first shown when the Old Major proclaims, "Four ... bad." (Orwell, 20).

"Four legs good, two legs bad," is the first example of class superiority through the abuse of language shown in George Orwell's Animal Farm when the Old Major creates that motto for the animals to live by, which they believe would help them achieve their goals. However, this layer backfires when dictatorship is instilled into the farm. (Orwell, 20).

In George Orwell's "Animal Farm", the animals on the farm abide by rules and mottos in order to keep all of the animals in line, however class superiority is shown through the abuse of language. This is first shown when the Old Major proclaims, "Four legs good, two legs bad." (Orwell, 20). The animals on the farm believe that if they live and work by this motto, it will help them achieve their goals. However, it later backfires on them when dictatorship affects the farm and the motto is changed.

"Four legs good, two legs bad," is the first example of class superiority through the abuse of language shown in George Orwell's Animal Farm when the Old Major creates that motto for the animals to live by, which they believe would help them achieve their goals. However, it later backfires on them...
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