The farm that held the animals prior to the rebellion of Old Major and the animals was called “Manor Farm”. Having built a new beginning among the farm, that is when the name became “Animal Farm”. Old Major happened to give the animals on the farm hope and courage, also while giving them belief in themselves by a hymn that he had shown them (Robb). The main point of Animal Farm was for the animals being taken captive as slaves to revolt against their human owners in order to gain independence and equal rights. Old Major, as explained in the last few sentences, was the leader of the pack during this rebellion (“Animal Farm” 3). The language being spoken among the animals played a huge role in how they became victorious over having their own society, and how they became powerful over one another (Elbarbary). In saying this, although it may be shocking, Animal Farm as a novel does not have a happy ending. Instead of it ending ...
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...mple to understand from the beginning to the end. It is a well-rounded book showing “no looseness”. Although this book can be quite an easy read, Orwell uses his differential mindset to come across to people as a “unique” writer, and others can see this through Animal Farm (Greenblatt 16). Christopher Hollis claims that Animal Farm is a novel that is not like other animal fables. To make this novel amazing, it has to have the literature accuracy, and also show the meaning behind how the author feels about the novel personally. This novel expresses that to a great extent (Hollis). On the English referral of this novel, many people that tend to criticize Animal Farm, in their view, choose to cancel out the political meaning and focus behind it, considering that part is more on Orwell’s feelings toward Europe during World War II on a government standpoint (Symer).
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