Essay about Animal Farm, by George Orwell

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     This novel takes place at a farm, which its name is Manor Farm, who’s owned by Mr. Jones. He a drunk that never really took care of his animals. There was a Boar that lived on the farm his name was Old Major. He is twelve years old, had lately grown rather stout, majestic- looking pig, tushes never been cut, and wise and benevolent appearance. He sets up a meeting to discuss an important matter that happened to him the night before.
     The discussion to place at night after Mr. Jones was asleep. In a barn is where all the animals had gather to listen to Old Major speech. Three dogs, a cat, pigeons, hens, pigs, cows, sheep’s, two horses named Clover, mother that never got her figure
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     In the past years Mr. Jones lost money in a lawsuit. Afterwards he drank more, the field was full of weeds, and the animals were getting underfed. When June came they just started to forget feeding the animals. They got so hungry they went to the store-shed a broke the doors open. Mr. Jones and four men went there and started whipping the animals. Their reaction was different this time, and they ended chasing Mr. Jones and his men off of their property.
They’ve been learning how to read and write and with the sign that said Manor Farm, they changed to Animal Farm. Napoleon took puppies from the mother because he was going to teach them how to read and write. He took them and stuck them on the second floor, which you needed a ladder to get up there. Eventually everyone forgot about the puppies. They also wrote on a wall were the Seven Commandments, which are 1) Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy. 2) Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend. 3) No animal shall wear clothes. 4) No animal shall sleep in bed. 5) No animal shall drink alcohol. 6) No animal shall kill any other animal. 7) All animals are equal.
     
They went to the hayfield, to collect food for the harvest. It was the biggest harvest ever. The pigs were the ones who directed the animals all of the work. During the summer they all worked. Every Sunday they had a meeting and ended the meeting with the song Beast of England.

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