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    Animal Farm written by George Orwell is an animal fable happens in a farm where animals start building a communism society, but end up being totalitarianism, hinting obliquely at the communists in the real world. The gaps between pigs and other common animals, demonstrate the theme that the corruption of power appears when majority is ruled. The intelligence superior allows the pigs placing themselves at a position which is closer to the power and which is more easily to corrupt. The inability to

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    George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” has many different themes portrayed in it. Themes shown in Animal far are: Leadership and Corruption, Lies and Deceit, Rules and Order, Violence and lastly Cunning and Cleverness. All these themes are either shown through the characters of the novel or are shown through the events of Orwell’s novel. George Orwell’s Animal farm shows a lot of leadership, power and how it can be easily corrupted. The most evident event of this theme being portrayed is when Napoleon uses

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    Animal Farm by George Orwell, an allegorical reflection of the Russian Revolution, was quite the opposite of my average read. Opening up a novel about a dystopian society ruled by animals gave me a whole new perspective about equal rights. The animals in this book endured so many difficulties that could’ve been avoided if humans weren’t the most dominate species. Which is why I can understand where they’re coming from. Who wouldn’t want to rebel against something so unjust? Any activity we do impacts

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    Orwell’s novel Animal Farm he asserts that following “blindly”, will lead to government abuse and corruption. Orwell’s assertion brings life to the philosophy that a utopian atmosphere can never exist. Orwell’s purpose is to deliver the idea of communism not being successful and to make the audience reading not want to get into communism. George Orwell informs the young audience of the danger with communism. Orwell was a very cynical individual when it came to writing “Animal Farm”. There were

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    utopia are all connected, without one you can't have another. But what is power, the good life and utopia? And how is each of these topics viewed by different people? Peter Weir; the director of the Truman Show, and George Orwell; the writer of animal farm have almost the same views on each topic and make that clear in their work. In each of these topics it is clear that Weir and Orwell are in agreement. Power is the ability to do something or act in a particular way. But with power comes great

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    In the book Animal Farm, there is a character called Napoleon who is one of the main characters. This essay will be about how George Orwell portrays him as a leader and as a character. The book is an allegory for the Russian Revolution (8 Mar 1917 – 7 Nov 1917) and George Orwell created many similar characters in Animal Farm as those involved in the Russian Revolution. At the start of Napoleon’s time as leader he is shown to be encouraging to the other animals and they are taught to obey him without

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    Chapters 9 - 10 1. What special treatment did pigs and piglets get? received special education, piglets couldn't play with other animals, right-of-way , they could wear green ribbons on Sundays 2. What happened to Boxer? Boxer was seriously hurt. Napoleon said he would send Boxer to the hospital but actually sent him to the butcher. 3. The animals on the farm worked hard. What was their consolation? they were not working for Man they were working themselves 4. What was Clover startled to discover

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    intriguing, satirical novella, Animal Farm, by George Orwell, the leadership of a revolution turns from it’s all about the people, to a dystopian Stalinist society where power is controlled under one person and one person only, usually with the help of a strong military force. During the overthrow of the farm, led by Napoleon, their new society slowly turns into a funnel to feed his greed for power. With little to eat and hard working hours, the animals on the farm are having a hard time living

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    Always stand up for what you believe in. It is better to stand out by doing the right thing than to do nothing and blend with the crowd. In Animal Farm written by George Orwell, the animals in the manor farm were being mistreated. They decided to take charge and to have a rebellion for they knew that they way Mr. Jones was treating them was wrong. The animals later created their own commandments but later they find out that holding all of the power to yourself leads to negative outcomes. Mr. Jones

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    The novel Animal Farm by George Orwell is about animals that overthrow the owner and rule the farm by themselves. The quote “Revolutions have never lightened the burden of tyranny, they have only shifted it to another shoulder” refers to the animals disliking the ruling of Jones and wanting to make a change in their lives and be independent. The animals were happy with this change that resulted from the Revolution at first. However, it was later found that overthrowing Jones didn’t make the community

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