"Ideas play a part in any revolution, conflicting ideas is main reason why
Revolutions happens. " This is the platform that George Orwell used in his book
" Animal Farm". The political allegory in the story is mocking the Revolution
that changed "Russia" into the "USSR". This was the workings of Karl Marx.
Marx was known for being politically inspired by one idea. Marx wanted it to
be that one class, the working class, and against another class, the rich or
higher class. The Revolution was started by men who believed with Karl Marx's
theory that the history of the world was the history of a struggle between
classes between oppressors and oppressed.
This happened in the book "Animal Farm by George Orwell" Orwell
uses this example to base his book on. He makes the characters personify the
major players in the Russian Revolution. Orwell uses this to form a well
written piece of literature. In "Animal Farm" The Democratic society led by Mr.
Jones the original leader of Manor Farm was overthrown by a policy called
Animalism. Animalism was a theory concocted by the Old Major a Pig. In "Animal
Farm" the pigs were personified as the smartest and the best among animals.
The Pigs take control of the farm. The two major idealists Snowball and
Napoleon have conflicting ideas. These ideas break snowball away from the rest
of the group and make him leave Animal Farm. This lets Napoleon have total
control. They set up a set of rules called the seven commandments. In the
beginning everyone followed these rules such as no animal may kill another
animal, no animal is better than another animal. This makes the leader Napoleon
want to break the rules so he makes him and his fellow pigs more special,
eating all the good food, wearing clothes, living in the farmhouse, and not
working. As for the other animals big or small get the same rations of food,
are not allowed to wear clothes, had to live in the... [continues]
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