• Animal Farm Animals Pigs Equal
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    THE PURPOSE OF THIS ESSAY IS TO DISCUSS WHY GEORGE ORWELL'S BOOK, ANIMAL FARM, SHOWS IRONY. ANIMAL FARM IS A VERY SYMBOLIC NOVEL. ALTHOUGH IT MAY BE MISTAKENLY VIEWED AT AS A CHILDREN'S BOOK AT FIRST, A DEEPER ANAL IZATION REVEALS MORE THEN MEETS THE EYE. WITHIN ANIMAL FARM REPRESENTATIONS OF CORRUPTIONS MAY BE REVEALED, THE DOWNFALL OF A GOVERNMENT ORIGINALLY BUILT ON PROSPERITY, AND EVEN INDIVIDUAL PEOPLE CAN BE FOUND. ALL PLACED WITHIN THE MICROCOSM OF A BARNYARD. THE STAGE IS SET WHEN THE A...
  • Animal Farm As A Satire
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    ANIMAL FARM Animal Farm is a fable of our time full of meanings and messages relating to the importance of freedom in any society. The story light-heartily uses a farm and the rebellion of its mistreated animals to symbolize a much more serious issue. George Orwell expresses his own political opinions in a clever and interesting way, that allows reader s of all ages have an understanding of what really is a complex situation. As the author, Orwell successfully combines the characteristics of thr...
  • Political Satire In Animal Farm
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    Political Satire in Animal Farm George Orwell, author of the highly acclaimed Animal Farm, wrote this fable in hopes of informing not only children, but also the population as a whole, of his views on the Russian Revolution and the rise of communism in that nation. The fable, a literary composition conveying a moral truth, clearly guides the readers through the steps and outcome of the Russian Revolution. But instead of the battle being fought and won in the streets of Russia, Orwell chooses to ...
  • Animal Farm Pigs Animals Napoleon
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    "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal." This statement is true when pertaining to George Orwell's Animal Farm. The first half of this quote embodies some of the fundamental ideals of the animalist visionary Old Major. The second half signifies the ideas after being doctored to meet the pig's wants and needs. The pigs of Animal Farm used their relatively high intelligence to their advantage. In chapter 6, the pigs clearly altered the "seven commandments" to say "No animal shall ...
  • Animal Farm Book Report
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    ... took over after Zar Nicholas were Lenin, Stalin, and Trotsky. In 1847 they started the communist manifesto. Karl Marx started the communist manifesto and in it he said Burgeons, the middle class, the Proletarians, the working class, and the Aristocracy, which was the royalty. Karl also differentiated communism, socialism, and capitalism. Capitalism meant the majority working for the minority. Communism meant the majority working for the majority and that the government would control and del...
  • Animal Farm Four Legs
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    Hypocrisy on Animal Farm In George Orwell's novel Animal Farm, the animals possess many traits that humans portray such as emotion and physical qualities and activities. The novel withholds many examples of hypocrisy among the animals. These acts of hypocrisy originate from the animals hatred for the humans, which eventually transforms them into humans in an animal form and the major downfall of Animal Farm. These acts of hypocrisy are primarily summoned by the pigs in many different fashions in...
  • Analysis Of 1984 Animal Farm
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    1984 and Animal Farm Analytical Essay All novels have hidden messages that the author wants his audience to find. 1984 and Animal Farm, written by George Orwell, both contain some of the same messages that Orwell wanted his audience to find. Even though they are satirical pieces about a totalitarian government, both novels have hidden messages. Some of the messages in the novels are power corrupts, propaganda, and education. All these messages also have some relevancy to today s world. Power co...
  • Animal Farm Book Project
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    The novel Animal Farm was written in 1945 by author George Orwell. George Orwell was the pseudonym of Eric Arthur Blair, a British writer born in Moti hari, India in 1903. After serving in the Indian Imperial Police force, Orwell wrote Down and Out in Paris and London, an account of the conditions faced by the poor in France and England. Next, in 1936, he fought in the Spanish Civil War, which was his source of inspiration for Homage to Catalonia. After his days in service, he devoted his effor...
  • A Presentation Of George Orwell And His Protest Novels
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    Eric Arthur Blair was born on June 5, 1903, in Bengal, India. His father was not a wealthy man. He supported his family only on the salary of a civil servant. When his writing career began, his penname became George Orwell. Orwell received his formal education from Eton Academy during a period ranging from 1917 to 1921. After completion of Eton, Orwell did not continue his education; instead he joined forces with the Indian Imperial Police in Burma. He served with the police until he began teac...
  • Animal Farm Napoleon Effective Economy
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    According to Stephen Covey an 'Effective leader is one who is putting first things first. Effective management is discipline, carrying it out." In addition, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, effective means "producing positive effects", and a leader is "one who heads an organization." In Animal Farm, by George Orwell, Napoleon is the character who portrays these traits along with the trait of practicing utilitarianism. Therefore, Napoleon is an effective leader who increases the econo...
  • Animal Farm Idea Orwell Ideas
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    "All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others." This simple quote from Animal Farm, which at first seems merely humorous, can provide valuable insight into the values and ideas expressed in the novel. George Orwell uses various language forms and features to convey the ideas that are evident in Animal Farm. Such features include allegory, fable, satire, imagery and characterization. They are used to provide understanding of the purpose of the composition and in doing so convey idea...
  • Animal Farm Napoleon Animals Major
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    Title: Animal Farm Author: George Orwell SETTING The story takes place in South England on a Manor Farm owned by Mr. Jones that was overthrown and renamed Animal Farm. I feel that the setting entirely changes along with the name of the farm. M CHARACTER SUMMARY Old Major - An old boar that dreams of a better life and incites the animals to overthrow man. He is the inspiring force behind the Rebellion and founding of Animal Farm. Snowball - A young, intelligent, persuasive, and important boar kn...
  • Animal Farm Themes Russian Revolution
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    George Orwell's allegorical novel, 'Animal Farm' addresses many notions involved in the Russian Revolution, a catastrophic failure in the eyes of the world. A dictatorship set up in the stead of communism, an endless stream of lies and propaganda, as well as political agenda that had saturated the Soviet. It retells of the emergence and development of Soviet communism in a fable form; 'Animal Farm' allegorizes the rise of power of the dictator, Joseph Stalin and the revolution started by the peo...
  • Napoleon Vs Snowball In Animal Farm
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    When we first read Animal Farm by George Orwell we find it to be an amusing fairy tale, although it has a much deeper meaning. In Orwell novel the animals revolt against their human rulers talk and harvest crops. This whole idea of the revolt is based on the Russian Revolution, in which the revolt started of as a foundation of an idealistic society but as time flew by dictatorship returned [Animal Farm: web Like the Russian Revolution the revolt in Animal Farm gave rise to pure communism where e...
  • Animal Farm Group People Popular
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    All communities have the same, similar social structure. The social structures on Earth have had the same general outline since Creation to right now. If you stand back and look, you can see that a government, neighborhood, school or family all have the same general social structures. You can see that there is a head person or group that controls the people that are under that person or group. Due to our sinful nature, the people that are lower on the ladder almost always become jealous and rebe...
  • Literary Criticism Of George Orwell
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    Again, sorry about that spacing, there's more where this came from, though! LITERARY CRITICISM Eric Blair s Evaluation of Animal Farm (positive)... Eric Blair wrote much in response to George Orwell s Animal Farm. The following is a small excerpt which I feel best describes his positive review of the book in a limited amount of writing... Orwell is significant for his unwavering commitment, both as an individual and as an artist, to personal freedom and social justice. While he wrote a variety o...
  • Animal Farm Abuse Of Power
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    Abuse of power, and hypocracy in animal farm Animal farm is a book mainly about abuse of power, and hypocracy. It shows how the animals are manipulated to believe anything they are told. And do anything they are told. Abuse of power is when someone takes charge and uses there power when they shouldn't. for example when the animals were over looking the commandments they thought the fifth commandment had said "no animal shall drink alcohol" (113). This shows how the animals learned one thing in t...
  • Book Review Animal Farm
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    Rating: (4 / 5) Review by Amber: Overall, a fairly good book. Good as an introduction to allegories. If you enjoyed this book, you might also enjoy "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding. Unusual Features of the book: Very sophisticated language used by animals, as well as they are also given the ability to run a farm without a farmer. Keywords: allegory, animal, betrayal, government, cruelty Theme: Bullying, Other, Poverty/Wealth, Race, Violence, War Genre: Personal-experiences, School Watch ou...
  • Animal Farm Writers Animals Napoleon Pigs
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    Writers often use social criticism in their books to show corruptness or weak points of a group in society. One way of doing this is allegory, which is a story in which figures and actions are symbols of general truths. George Orwell is an example of an author who uses allegory to show a social criticism effectively. As in his novel Animal Farm, Orwell makes a parody of Soviet Communism as demonstrated by Animal Farm's brutal totalitarian rule, manipulated and exploited working class, and the pi...
  • Animal Farm Irony Begin Pigs
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    Animal Farm's Irony Animal Animal Farm's Irony Essay, Research Paper Animal Farm is a classic portrayal of how power can effect the goals and hopes of a society. In this essay, I will explore the irony of Animal Farm, and how it used to satirize communism and dictatorships. The story begins with a revolution, and high hopes for the society being developed by the animals. But slowly, as the leading officials get a taste of power, things begin to change. The Commandments, a code by which all anim...