Animal Farm By George Orwell

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The Real Animal Farm, the Life of a Human George Orwell is the author of Animal Farm, which was published on August 17, 1945. Even though Animal Farm was based on the Russian Revolution, the events in the book can be related to today. Just as back during this time there are still traitors, something else, and even rebellions. In the book, Mollie, Snowball, and some of the other animals were consider traitors. Also the main thing in the book is that the animals lead a rebellion, and people lead a riot in 2011 in London. In the book, the animals build a windmill but it gets destroyed,this relates to how in Syria many historical monuments were destroyed by ISIS. As briefly mentioned above, there was a horse named Mollie, who later became a traitor in the book. From the beginning it was easy to tell Mollie loved humans. A way to tell was on page seventeen in Animal Farm when she said, " 'And shall I still be allowed to wear ribbons in my mane? ' asked Mollie." " 'Comrade, ' said Snowball, 'those ribbons that you are so devoted to are the badge of slavery. Can you not understand that liberty is worth more than ribbons? '" "Mollie agreed, but she did not sound very convinced." This indicates that Mollie was more for having ribbons in her hair than participating in the rebellion. Everyday the animals would work and Mollie would disappear, but then reappear when the work day was over. Even though they had a saying, "Four legs good. Two legs bad." On page forty-five and
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