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    The Character of Alice in Animal Dreams She is dead.  She does not appear physically but haunts mentally.  She is Codi and Hallie's mother Alice, the late wife of Homero Noline.  Throughout the novel Animal Dreams by Barbara Kingsolver, Alice impacted the characters, action, and theme(s). When Alice passed away she took part of Homer with her.  What she left was a misfit of time and circumstance; an emotionally distraught and distant man who attempted to resemble a father but veered

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    Someone in a group one day states that soccer is “gay,” or not as good as another sport such as football. If you were to look around, many people would begin to agree, and eventually so would you. Why? As shown through the character versus character conflicts in the book, Animal Farm, by George Orwell, the reasoning and ideals of a group are much easier to manipulate than that of an individual. When talking to Squealer alone, Boxer holds on to his ideals and does not easily let Squealer convince him

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    Napoleon became my least favorite character in the book, Animal Farm, because he is a controlling, cold-blooded, murdering hypocrite. One way that shows Napoleon is controlling is when he uses his guard dogs to intimidate the animals into agreeing, or at least not object out loud with what he says. A quotation that shows this is “Four young porkers in the front row uttered shrill squeals of disapproval. . . the dogs sitting round Napoleon let out deep, menacing growls, and the pigs fell silent and

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    My favorite character in the novel Animal Farm is Boxer because he is always a hard worker, always follows directions when he is told to do something, and keeps trying to do the right thing even though he is not a very smart horse since he trusts everything Napoleon states. Boxer always works hard on everything he does, like when they blamed Snowball for the destruction of the windmill he just worked twice as hard rebuilding the windmill as stated in the novel, “Squealer made excellent speeches on

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    powerful and persuasive character and can be directed as the leader of the pack. “It is not crystal clear, comrades, that all the evils of this life of ours spring from the tyranny of human beings?” This is where it all began with his solution to overpower man which would result in equality with all the animals showing his enthusiasm and impeccable mental, persuasive power. Boxer: Is a cart-horse, who has incredible strength, dedication and loyalty to show the type of character he portrays

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    The Unique Characters of 1984 and Animal Farm and Burmese Days George Orwell, an alias of Eric Arthur Blair, is know for the books 1984 and Animal Farm. In both of these, as well as in most of his others, he seems to delight in using vivid and wholly believable characters, easily believable because of their obvious and tragic faults. Another similarity seems to be the consistent use of irony, a stylistic choice which plays big in Burmese Days and in several other works. Also, Blair enjoyed

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    George Orwell’s Animal Farm is an allegorical novella of the Russian Revolution.In the novella, the farm animals, lead by the pigs on the farm, rebel against their owner, Mr. Jones, and his men as a result of mistreatment. Following the death of an elder pig named Old Major, two other pigs, by the names of Napoleon and Snowball undertake the role as leaders. However, in the climax of the rebellion Napoleon has the desire for total control. Therefore, having Snowball expelled from the farm. At this

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    , many animals have become extinct, which then lead to the creation of robotic animals; all a result of World War Terminus. As a result of the extinction of many species, it can be difficult and expensive to get a hold of a real animal so many chose to buy the robotic animals. The creation of robotic animals is beneficial to buyers as they are cheaper then real animals. In the novel, real animals and mechanical animals play a role in a way that allows them to benefit and assist characters in different

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    Animal farm is a novel written by George Orwell, in August 1945. It is a very important work of fictional political satire, and educates the reader about the history of a revolution that went horribly wrong, a savage attack on Stalin. Orwell reveals many themes throughout the novel and uses his characters to convey them. Orwell uses an effective combination of human traits with animal’s characteristics that provide the main charm of the characters of animal farm. They are distinct characters and

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    Our Fear of Wolves

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    the animal is seemingly as natural as being afraid of the dark. Might these fears be caused by the mind’s interpretation of the literature and stories that have been told over the centuries? For hundreds of years, the wolf has been greatly mischaracterized and it is time to put these out-dated notions to rest. Writings depicting wolves as evil creatures are present in every era of history and began very long ago. As far back as 500 BC, the Greek fabulist Aesop often used wolves as characters in his

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