Failures In Animal Farm

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The failed revolution Animal Farm is a allegorical novel written by George Orwell where the animal revolution took place. Old major was the pioneer, which led a huge group of animals to overthrow farm owner Mr.Jones. The animal revolution aimed to establish a domestic society but result in a dictatorship society. Unfortunately, the revolution was a completely failure because they remained the idea of being a dictatorship country and the treaty could be easily edited. The only difference was that, in the past, the leader was a human, but now, the leader was a animal. The new leader not only love the problem of the animal farm, but also deepen the problem due to uneducated problem, Napoleon’s greedy, exaggerate propaganda. Beforehand, the educated problem caused animals’ foolishness about distinguishing right or wrong, even they learnt the letter “As for the pigs, they could already read and write perfectly”, animals at different classes showed their ability for learning: “None of the other animals on the farm could get further than the letter A”, (page 14) this was the huge gap show the differences among these animals, in future hand, when Napoleon edited the seven commandaders no one would realize about it, after all, They were effectively…show more content…
The unrealistic propaganda was introduced by sheep, and the wrong information help actually they had no idea for what exactly they were doing because they just followed the rules. This enhanced the power of Napoleon,. They kept glorified how great Napoleon was and animals changed their mind view the farm. “Thanks to the leadership of Comrade Napoleon, how excellent this water tastes!’ The general feeling on the farm was well expressed in a poem entitled Comrade Napoleon, which was composed by Minimus and which ran as
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