But we do not notice them even when they throw nuts and filth on our heads” (Kipling 30). These quotes set the negative tone towards the monkey people, which is then promptly demonstrated by the monkeys kidnapping Mow... ... middle of paper ... ...ly man handle him. Also the kidnapping of Mowgli was of harmless intention to discover the secret of man’s fire. On the other hand, Kaa and Shere Khan, the tiger antagonist, make clear threats against Mowgli. The only apparent reason of the discontent held towards the monkey people is there lack of self control and monkey ways of life.
Even at ... ... middle of paper ... ...y applies to Napoleon and Snowball because the power which they had, hand in hand with their susceptibility to corruption eventually made them as bad and corrupt as Mr Jones. Throughout their times as leaders, these pigs used what power they had to get more. When Old Major passed away, Napoleon and Snowball saw a chance where they could rule and dominate the lives of others. Napoleon forcefully ousted Snowball from his position and reigned alone, using fear to keep the other animals from revolting. Napoleon used scapegoats for any problem that arose, and propaganda to brainwash the animals into dependable slaves.
In the French revolution when the Reign of Terror started, and democracy failed to exists, Napoleon became emperor. Like his counterpart Napoleon (animal farm) was a totalitarian tyrant. This shows the human inclination to resort to class categorization, and division by socio-economic class, even in an ‘equal’ socialist society. All in all, the revolution started out on the wrong grounds, and a plan for an equal future never existed, causing the society to look for a scapegoat. Moreover the lack of motivation of the animals caused the leaders to look for an enemy in order to motivate them.
In Lord of the Flies, William Golding expresses the idea that humans are naturally immoral, and that people are moral only because of the pressures of civilization. He does this by writing about a group of boys, and their story of survival on an island. The civilized society they form quickly deteriorates into a savage tribe, showing that away from civilization and adults, the boys quickly deteriorate into the state man was millions of years ago. This tendency is shown most in Jack, who has an animalistic love of power, and Roger, who loves to kill for pleasure. Even the most civilized boys, Ralph and Piggy, show that they have a savage side too as they watch Simon get murdered without trying to save him.
Shortly after, Napoleon takes the spot light and takes charge along with the other pigs. He argues that dishonesty becomes present within the environment and their ideas and their views are all different. In this story the animals send away the unkind humans out of the farm, and change the name of their home from Manor Farm to Animal Farm. George Orwell embodies the Russian corruption of communism into the pigs upon the farm. Mr. Jones was irresponsible to his animals by letting them starve, and very cruel by beating them with whips.
I comprehending that a chicken doesn't worth a lot of money but the group of monkeys. To being cruel that kill a chicken is to shows monkeys as a warning to frighten them to be submit. So as the cost of lose a chicken and the repetition of clement but achieve the prestige to rest of monkeys. Therefore i think it is important for a leader to restraint his nature thoughts out in this point. It is necessary to abandon his surface of clement to preserve his power to the nation.
While communism may be an unsuccessful form of government, its disastrous effects were worsened by extensive authority in the hands of corrupt leaders. Orwell privileges the concept that the vices of leaders possessing extensive authority are reflected in the society which they govern. Napoleon, who is the leader of Animal Farm, is naturally selfish. This trait is exhibited when Napoleon and the pigs lead luxurious lives while the other animals live in poverty. For example, after Mr Jones is overthrown: “it was agreed that the milk and the windfall apples…should be reserved for the pigs alone” (p.
After being captured, Taylor is automatically discriminated against. Taylor’s purpose is to represent the treatment of African Americans throughout America’s history. The ape society constantly belittles Taylor and will not give him the opportunity to show his true abilities. Taylor befriends Zira the animal psychologist. He steals her notebook and pen one day to show her he is not illiterate.
Napoleon figures out a way to get Snowball kicked out of the farm so he can be the leader himself. Napoleon is a back-stabbing traitor. He becomes just like the humans and dominates over the other animals. Napoleon breaks the laws but since he has the other animals in such a strong hold they do not seem to care. Napoleon is the evil character in this novel.
Throughout the series, one can explicitly view the ideas of hegemony, alienation and rebellion, all which are the ideas of Karl Marx. Before explaining the theories in further detail, it worth nothing some of... ... middle of paper ... ...apitol expects the players to be ruthless, not kind. Lastly, Katniss and Peeta rebel against the Gamemakers’ rule by threatening to suicide with poisonous berries as they are the last two people alive. This example shows how Katniss and Petah refuse to accept the rules as Katniss quotes “two can play this game too”. This act of rebellion upset the Capitol and the Gamemakers, but showed them how clever Katniss Everdeen can be.