Animal Farm By George Orwell

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"It was a pig walking on his hind legs"(Orwell 132). "He carried a whip in his trotter"(Orwell 133). In the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell, animals have the ability to talk and form their own ethos, Animalism. Animal Farm is an intriguing allegory by George Orwell, who is also the author of 1984, includes many enjoyable elements. More knowledge of the author, his use of allegorical elements, themes, symbols, and the significance in the real world, allows the reader to get more out of this glance into the future. George Orwell (Eric Arthur Blair’s pen name) was born in 1903 in Bengal, India (“George Orwell Biography”). His father was a Indian imperial police officer and his mother was the daughter of an unsuccessful merchant. He moved to England with his parents and entered a boarding school. Orwell showed incredible potential, earning him two scholarships to Winchester and Eton. He stayed for four Eric Arthur Blair (later known as George Orwell) was born in 1903 in Bengal, India (“George Orwell Biography”). His father was a Indian imperial police officer and his mother was the daughter of an unsuccessful merchant. He moved to England with his parents and entered a boarding school. Orwell showed incredible potential, earning him two scholarships to Winchester and Eton. He stayed for four years 1917-1921. Wanting to follow family tradition he then joined the police force but quickly regretted his decision because he knew he wanted to be a writer. After Orwell quit he felt

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