George Orwell 's Animal Farm

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Introduction: We live in a world where thriving on power seeks to corrupt us all. We may not think so, but it’s happening all around us. Animal Farm was published in 1945 by famous author George Orwell. An intriguing and tragic fable in which demonstrates the impossible battle of totalitarian regime in hope of creating a world of equality. A politically satire novel that expresses social messages that have occurred during the Russian Revolution and which are still relevant in today’s society. During this presentation we will be explicitly recognising the impacts of corruption and its ability to manipulate anyone! That’s right anyone! So come join us as we explore George Orwell’s historical perspective on how society can endlessly try fight…show more content…
This problem is a global epidemic that was issued from the beginning of time and yet still continues to grow to this day. Hey Phillip, do you think I have the potential to be a kind and caring leader? (Phillip says no) *I give money/ food* (Phillip says yes). Just like that leaders from across the world earn their spot by giving out fraudulent information that is confirmed to be supposedly correct by bribed victims. Animal Farm replicates these exact messages through the impersonation of Napoleon. The leader of Animal Farm who used propaganda to corrupt his communists. For instance, if there was any disturbance between the animals and Napoleon, the phrase “surely there is no one among you who wants to see Jones back” would be frequently used to haunt and convince any animal to change their mind. Well it was either that or have your limbs torn off by nine vicious man-eating dogs. George Orwell has successfully disguised corruption into a tragic tale in which demonstrates how just like animals we are effortlessly fooled into thinking something right to what is actually horribly wrong. Body2: Many of Animal Farm’s themes satirize social and emotional morals in which affect us all. Tyranny and propaganda are successfully developed throughout the novel to emphasise Napoleon’s prominence. The key to Napoleon’s reign of power was
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