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    In the book Animal Farm‚ many rules that were created are shown to be broken. After the animals of Manor Farm take the farm over from their master‚ they create seven commandments that are all broken by none other than Animal Farm’s own leaders. Yes‚ all of these are eventually broken‚ but some of them are more prominent than the rest. Thesis Statement: The main commandments that are broken in the book are: “no animal shall drink alcohol”‚ “no animal shall kill any other animal”‚ and “all animals

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    Thesis: Napoleon is not a democratic leader‚ he is a dictator. George Orwell‚ the author of Animal Farm‚ wrote this novel to discuss the role of a non-democratic leader. In the novel‚ Napoleon‚ a pig‚ is the leader. However‚ Napoleon uses his power to frighten and to control the animals. For this reason he creates lies‚ uses propoganda and violence to keep his authority. Therefore Napoleon is not a democratic leader‚ he is a dictator. Firstly‚ Napoleon creates lies and abuse the ideology

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    Animal Farm The author George Orwell captures characteristics in all of the animals and relate them to individuals who corrupt our society today as well as the civilians who has to live with the aftermath of the corruption. Growing up in England during the early 1900’s and being surrounded by the unfair class system really inspired him to compose the short novel “Animal Farm” (Yabroff). George Orwell was a very unique character‚ he was not afraid to point out the flaws of society with

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    the power of words‚ language and the use of the rhetoric.’ Discuss the statement referring to the context‚ characters‚ and events in the novel. Thesis Statement There are many parallels between the Russian Revolution and ensuing Communist takeover and the events in George Orwell’s novel Animal Farm. It was a time when a totalitarian government came to power and thus a climate of fear existed. Even when the more discerning animals questioned the pigs’ actions‚ they were trapped into a submission of

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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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    Animal Farm Animal Farm is a novel written by George Orwell. The novel was published by Penguin-books in 1945. The story‚ Animal Farm‚ takes place on a farm that eventually is controlled by animals. Orwell portrays the consequences of a revolution where leaders misuse their power of influence. There will be a special focus on the use of language and propaganda in this essay. The owner of the farm‚ Mr. Jones‚ mistreats his livestock and the animals won’t tolerate it. A white boar‚ Old Major‚ held

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    State and the corrupting influence power. Discuss this statement‚ detailing the ways in which Orwell uses language to create political satire. ‘Animal Farm’‚ written by George Orwell is an allegorical fable in which animals are personified to epitomise the conflicts and struggles of the Russian Revolution in 1917. Written as ‘A Fairy Tale’ on the book‚ the moral Orwell is attempting to illustrate is universalised‚ with the inclusion of farm animals‚ to appeal to a larger audience. Through the fictional

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    1946‚ soon after the publication of Animal Farm in the US. According to the editor of the letters‚ Peter Davison‚ who also supplied the footnotes‚ Macdonald wrote Orwell that anti-Stalinist intellectuals of his acquaintance claimed that the parable of Animal Farm meant that revolution always ended badly for the underdog‚ “hence to hell with it and hail the status quo.” He himself read the book as applying solely to Russia and not making any larger statement about the philosophy of revolution.

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    ANIMAL FARM Chapter One: Summary As the story opens on Mr. Jones’s farm‚ the farm animals are preparing to meet after Mr. Jones goes to sleep‚ to hear the words that the old and well-respected pig‚ Old Major‚ wants to say to them. The animals gather around as Old Major tells them that he had a dream the previous night and senses that he will not live much longer. As the animals prepare for his speech‚ the narrator identifies several of the animals which

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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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