George Orwell's Animal Farm

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Elie Wiesel in Night and Snowball from Animal Farm are very similar characters because they were victimized by tyrants and used as scapegoats, but they are also unique and individual characters because Elie knew he was being taken advantage of and Snowball did not. Animal Farm is written by George Orwell, and it is about a farm of animals that take over the farm. Napoleon, a large pig, slowly takes away food and supplies from the other animals until he starts walking on two feet and becomes a “human.” Because of him Snowball is expelled from the farm and acts as a scapegoat for everything that goes wrong on the farm. Night is an autobiography written by Elie Wiesel, and in it Elie tells the story of he was taken from his home and put into a concentration camp under the control of Adolf Hitler. In Night Elie shares the horrific experiences as he is taken from his home and goes to Auschwitz where he is brutalized by Nazis. Elie lost his youth and began to doubt his faith (“Entering the Night”). Elie was given an insufficient amount of food and water, forced to work for long amounts of time, and punished for crimes he did not commit (“Night”). All of Elie’s suffering in the concentration camps during the Holocaust was because of a man named Adolf Hitler. Hitler used his powerful position to try and get rid of the Jewish population. When people became unemployed and Hitler wanted to be reelected, he used the Jews as scapegoats and blamed problems on them. Then, he put people
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