Underlying And Foreshadowing Ideas In Animal Farm By George Orwell

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Animal Farm by George Orwell is a story with lots of underlying and foreshadowing ideas. It takes place in England and it is about a farm were the animal’s take over and they run it themselves. However the pigs create a dictatorship, which ruins the purpose of the farm. The rules of Animalism change in the story to suite the pigs as the pigs gain more power.
In the beginning the animals had no rules but then they created them. At first under the rule of Jones, they were unable to have rules because they were not free. This foreshadows how they will run the farm when it is their own. It also shows how strongly they will fight for their freedom. Finally once the animal farm is created the animals set up strict rules called the Rules of Animalism.
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