Animal Farm, By George Orwell

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These rebellious animals think no man means freedom and happiness, but they need to think again. The animals of Manor Farm rebel against the farm owner, Mr. Jones, and name it Animal Farm. The animals create Animalism, with seven commandments. As everything seems going well, two of the animals get into a rivalry, and things start changing. Food starts disappearing and commandments are changed, and the power begins to shift. Father of dystopian genre, George Orwell writes an interesting allegory, Animal Farm, including common themes and symbols relating to modern-day political events. Eric Arthur Blair, with a pen name of George Orwell, was born on June 25, 1903 ("George Orwell."). Blair described his young life as boring and dull, and his dad was never around ("George Orwell Biography."). He was taught in England and then joined the Indian Imperial Police in Burma, one of the British colonies ("George Orwell."). Orwell then moved to France and worked many jobs due to his lack of success of an author ("George Orwell Biography."). Orwell’s first major work was published under the name of George Orwell to not disappoint his family ("George Orwell Biography."). His beliefs had now changed from anarchy to socialism ("George Orwell."). When he had encountered some Soviet-Communists, he had become an anti-Stalinist ("George Orwell."). In 1945, His Animal Farm was published, and four years later, Eric Arthur Blair published 1984 ("George Orwell."). Then, in 1950, tuberculosis took

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