Breaking The Commandments Of Animal Farm By George Orwell

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The seven commandments was very provisional, they were changing as events that deal with breaking a commandment that had taken place on the farm. In particular, “all animals are equal” (Orwell 9) was changed drastically to “all animals are equal but some more equal than others” (Orwell 51) when the pigs started to walk on two legs, carrying a whip in their trotters supervising the other animals as they slaved hard labor. And when noticed that the pigs violated another law by walking on two legs, after they enforced that all animals were to walk on four legs. The famous quote that the sheep would “four legs good, two legs bad” changed to “four legs good, two legs better” (Orwell 51). Contradicting to how Communism laws also changed when an
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