George Orwell Animal Farm, Who Is to Blame for the Failure of Animalism.

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Who is to blame for the failure of Animalism?

Animal Farm was written by George Orwell. It is about how an Old pig and his dream turned into a big revolution on Manor farm. The reasons for the revolution were very clear, Mr Jones, the owner of the farm was not taking proper care of the animals and came back late at night drunken and with not a care in the world except more beer and t.v.

The animals were not fed enough, there pens and huts were not closed because he was too drunk to notice.The animals gave the humans milk,eggs,meat more workers and they got nothing in return.The animals have to do everything because man I to weak to pull a plough and not fast enough to catch a rabbit or herd the sheep. They are physically incapable to lay eggs or make milk, the animals do all of this yet they are overworked and neglected all the same.

Animalism is the theory that human beings lack a spiritual nature, it is a doctrine or belief that man is purely animal. It is a allegorical mirror of the soviet union. It can also mean/stand for communism in the book.In the beginning Old Major’s dream becomes the vision of Utopia. Old Major’s idea of Utopia is a place where man has no place. The closest the animals get to that is a few weeks after they rid Mr Jones. Napoleon prevents this when he makes himself leader.

The animals came up with seven specific rules of animalism:
1:whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.
2:whatever goes upon four legs or has wings is a friend.
3:no animal shall ever wear clothes
4:no animal shall sleep in a bed
5:no animal shall drink alcohol
6:no animal shall kill any other animal
A part of Old Majors speech says:
‘It is not crystal clear, then, comrades, that all the evils of this life of ours spring from the tyranny of human...
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