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    Have you ever imagined a farm ran by greedy pigs? Animal Farm is a novel that shows why animals cannot govern themselves. The novel was written by George Orwell. George Orwell was an English novelist and critic. Most of his work was on the government. He often criticized it as shown in the novels Animal Farm and 1984. George Orwell’s Animal Farm portrays the futility of the Russian Revolution through the themes of abuse of power‚ greediness‚ and ignorance. Animal Farm portrays the theme of abuse

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    Animal farm Eric Arthur Blair (25 June 1903 – 21 January 1950)‚[1] who used the pen name George Orwell‚ was an English novelist‚ essayist‚ journalist and critic. His work is marked by lucid prose‚ awareness of social injustice‚ opposition to totalitarianism‚ and commitment todemocratic socialism.[2][3]Animal Farm is an allegorical and dystopian novella by George Orwell‚ first published in England on 17 August 1945. According to Orwell‚ the book reflects events leading up to the Russian Revolution

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    Animal Farm By George Orwell Book Report by Aaron Andrews July 24‚ 2014 Animal Farm‚ written by George Orwell‚ is a classic story about a revolution between farm animals and their owner. The main characters Napoleon‚ Jessie‚ Bluebell‚ and Squealer portray a great deal of personification which includes tyranny and manipulation. It can be said that this satiric drama takes place during the Russian Revolution at Manor Farm. This story is different from other stories because

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    Animal Farm George Orwell who wrote Animal Farm uses animals to show how the influences and nature of power can be used for ultimate good or absolute evil. George attempts to show how the good idea of communism can be easily corrupted by the greed of the leader. It is about a group of animals that rebel against the farm owner in order to gain control of the farm and to be treated with more respect. Old Major explains was one of the most respected animals in the farm. He called a meeting one

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    1-20-2014 Mt. Greenwood Animal Farm Essay In the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell‚ Orwell tells the tale of how a farm is taken over by its overworked‚ mistreated animals. But there is more to the story than meets the eye. Animal Farm allegorically represents communist Russia and how devastatingly the cost of freedom can be. In the novel‚ one of the leaders is the selfish Napoleon

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    Animal Farm Essay The book Animal Farm is a story about a farm on which the animals fight for much more than just the best stall to sleep in. The book is basically summed up into all of the animals taking over the farm and running it on their own. In the book there is a very prominent power struggle between two pigs‚ Snowball and Napoleon. When compared‚ they actually are very similar and also very different. In my opinion‚ Snowball will always be remembered as the honest and actually cared

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    named Old Major suddenly realizes that animals in farm are being exploited by their boss and animals deserve to have a free and better life than now. But this great idea is changed and distorted by other young pigs then. After pig lead successfully other animals to get freedom from their boss‚ pigs give power for themselves to rule all other animals and inherit privilege from animals. Pigs live in a comfortable condition with good food and drink while other animals have to work hard and miserably for

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    Animal farm critical essay _____________________ “Animal Farm” is a novel written by George Orwell in the form of a fable. The author used animals on an English farm to tell the story of soviet communism. The pigs Napoleon and Snowball are representative of Joseph Stalin and Leon Trostky. By using various techniques‚ the author highlights how greed and desire for power destroyed the ideals of communism. At the beginning of the novel‚ the scene is set in the farm

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    The novel Animal Farm‚ written by George Orwell‚ tells a story about the irony of the Russian Revolution-how the people traded one cruel form of government to another. The lives of the animals in Animal Farm symbolize the lives of the Russian citizens before‚ during and after the revolution. The problem with the government before and after the revolution was corruption. All of the animals ultimately suffer‚ because of the corruption of the pigs. This essay will cover the people‚ their actions and

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    their audiences. In his essay “Politics and the English Language‚” George Orwell states “The English Language is in a bad way”; He uses “Animal Farm” to show practical examples of his claim through the Pigs’ use of dying metaphors‚ pretentious diction and meaningless words. Throughout the book‚ the animals that had the most influence over the others on the farm used visually descriptive phrases that no longer meant what their original meanings were‚ to express themselves; Orwell uses this as a form

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