Themes In Animal Farm

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The novel “Animal Farm” was written by the author name George Orwell. Animal Farm is a novel based upon the lives of a society of animals wanting a better life for themselves living on the Manor Farm. The setting of the book is a farm called “Manor Farm”. The theme of this book is that the animals should make a stand; if they continue doing the same thing they will continue getting the same results. It is better to be free and starving, than to be fed and enslaved. In Animal Farm there are many important characters. Some of the characters that played a role in this book are Old Major, Snowball, Napoleon, Mr. Jones and Boxer. Old Major was an old boar that dreamed of a better life and incites the animals to overthrow man. He was an inspiring …show more content…

The rising action was that Napoleon took the puppies and trained them. The climax is when Napoleon killed the other animals on the farm from what he feels is betrayal. Falling action was when he replaced the beast of England with a poem comrade. The resolution was really not one, but what can be one is when Napoleon sent boxer’s to the slaughter house to be killed. Conclusion is when the animals were being fooled by the same leadership they started with. Nothing had change it was just a different leader with different rules. The pigs begin taking control of the planning and government of the farm; Snowball and napoleon engage in a dispute in compete for power. Napoleon than runs Snowballs off the farm with his trained pack of dogs and declared that the power to make decisions for the will be controlled solely by the pigs. The animals decided to rename the farm so that their farm will be seen as under control of the animals. They rename it "Manor Farm." With Napoleon at the helm of Animal Farm, things would dramatically change .The two dogs of the farm, Jesse and Bluebell, and their offspring are recruited to form Napoleon 's secret police for the farm. Eventually, Napoleon has a brigade of nine dogs who follow him everywhere for his protection. Napoleon continues to consolidate as supreme leader: the common animals continue to obey the pigs, hoping for a better

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