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    Animal Farm by George Orwell Is Animal Farm by George Orwell merely a political argument or does it manage to entertain the reader as a story in itself In this Personal Study I shall be writing about how Animal Farm by George Orwell entertained me as a novel while putting over a political argument in the process. The opening chapter introduces the theme of revolution that dominates the whole novel, and aswell as doing that it also introduces the farm animals. In Chapter 1 Old Major

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    George Orwell's Animal Farm Introduction:Animal Farm is a short story written by George Orwell in 1945. He had a lot of difficulty getting it published due to its underlying criticism of the political situation in Russia at the time. The story takes place on a farm somewhere in England. The owner of the farm, Mr.Jones, comes into conflict with the animals. The animals rebel, and finally scare him away. Two of the strongest animals, Napoleon and Snowball (two pigs), think that they can run

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    Animal farm is a satirical representation of the Russian Revolution, particularly against Stalin's Russia. Led by the pigs, the animals on Mr Jones Manor Farm revolt against the humans. After their success and rebellions the animals take control of the farm themselves and decide to run the farm on equal egalitarian principles. The aim of animal farm was to create a community of animals that would work together for a common goal, live in harmony with one another and reap the rewards of there

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    Animal Farm by George Orwell The story of Animal Farm takes place in a farmhouse, somewhere in England. The farm animals are property of the "cruel" and "evil" farmer Mr. Jones. Old Major, a wise pig, and one of the oldest animals on the farm, calls for a secret meeting to take place later at night. At the meeting, Old Major tells the animals about a dream he recently had. In his dream, he sees a revolution taking place against Mr. Jones, and the freedom of all animals. Old Major points out to the

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    ANIMAL FARM 1. Author’s Biography George Orwell (his real name was Arthur Eric Blair) was born in Motihari, India, in 1903. He was educated in England at Eton College. He served with the Indian Imperial Police in Burma from 1922 to 1927, when he returned to England. In poor health, and striving to become a writer, he lived for several years in poverty, first in Paris and then in London. Out of this experience came his first book, Down and Out in Paris and London (1933), an account of

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    Animal Farm written by George Orwell is an exceptional novel based on the experience of Communism in Russia. The characters are given false names instead of the names of the real people who started Communism. When the story starts off, Mr. Jones, the farm owner, is coming home being drunk and unconscious and immediately goes to sleep. Old Major, a boar, is holding a meeting on the Manor Farm for all animals. He informs all of them about a dream he had about the animals all living together in peace

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    Orwell's Animal Farm The characters and events that George Orwell put in his novel Animal Farm, can be linked to the similar events and people associated with the Russian Revolution. People like Joseph Stalin and Leon Trotsky can be compared and represented by the 2 pigs, Napoleon and Snowball, in Orwell’s Animal Farm. By writing this novel, Orwell attempted to expose the truth behind the totalitarian-type government in Russia at that time. However, he did this in a discreet way by using animals to

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    Throughout the book Animal Farm, by George Orwell, the protagonist Napoleon emerges as an active political member in a utopian communist society after the animal revolution with the intention of benefiting society as a whole. Napoleon eventually turns into a ruthless dictator without any political opposition. Napoleon’s Transition from political activist, to unitary political figure, to ruthless dictator brings a whole new meaning to the statement, “power corrupts”. Napoleon Starts out as a moral

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    Animal farm is a story about animals who take over a farm and run it Animal Farm Animal farm is a story about animals who take over a farm and run it. That is the surface meaning of the book, for it is really based on the Russian revolution when the people over threw the TSAR, king, and took control of Russia. It was a story of working class people uniting. Napoleon the main pig was Stalin, Snowball was Trotsky. These were the two main leaders of the Russian Revolution. The reader is

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    Orwell’s message in Animal Farm, and how does he use two of the animal characters in the novel to present his political views? In this book George Orwell has tried to put a political view into the story. This political view is that Communist ideas can not work without using excessive power, also that political systems can easily be corrupted by power-hungry people. George Orwell uses animals in this clever allegory to represent humans. Two main characters of ‘Animal Farm’ are Napoleon and

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