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  • Novel Animal Farm
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    The Novel Animal Farm, was written by George Orwell. This story takes place on a farm where the animals revolt against the human owner of the land and take control of the farm. During the reign of the animals, many conflicts occur over who holds the most power and who should be making all of the decisions on be-half of the rest of the animals. Eventually Napolean gains power over Snowball. This causes many problems on the farm because Napolean uses much of the money to entertain himself and does...
  • Our Conception Of Dolphins As Communicative Animals
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    Bottlenose dolphins are among the most vocal of the nonhuman animals and exhibit remarkable development of the sound production and auditory mechanisms. This can be seen in audition, which is shown in the animals highly refined echolocation ability, and in tightly organized schools in which they live that are made up by sound communication. In testing the communication skills of dolphins, extensive studies have been done on vocal mimicry, in which the animal imitates computer-generated sounds in...
  • Animal Farm By George Orwell
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    George Orwell's Techniques Discuss the ways in which Orwell effectively shows some of the aspects of communism and the events surrounding the Russian Revolution This essay will focus on the ways and techniques that George Orwell uses, to show the parallels between Russian Communism, and Animal Farm. It will explain the importance of the single techniques, and the overall aim of the writer. The Book, Animal Farm, was written by George Orwell and was first published in 1945. As Orwell always wants...
  • Animals Use Communication
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    INTRODUCTION The importance of communication between animals cannot be underestimated. Through communication, animals are able to concentrate on finding food, avoiding their enemies, mating and caring for their young. The study of communication between animals and humans is a never ending fascination and a way to learn more about ourselves. The development of human communication is what makes us exclusive to any living thing on this planet. The ways in which we communicate with one another is un...
  • Bronson Alcott Of The Fruitland Community
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    Amanda Birdsong Mrs. TymonFebruary 25, 2002 The Friutland Community A utopian society is very hard to come across these days. People tend to start a utopian society in order to better the life's of others. Bronson Alcott of the Fruitland Community tries to find a utopian society that will last and be productive. The Fruitland's goal is to abstain from worldly activity and integrate systems of trade and labor in order to find spirituality. The Fruitland Community differs from the novel, Anthem mo...
  • Doubt The Leaders Of Animal Farm
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    Communism and socialism in animal farnCommunism and socialism plays an important role in Animal Farm by George Orwell. All of the events that occurred in the book represent actual events that happened to a communist country, now known as Russia. Both communism and socialism have similar beliefs but still have their differences. There has never been a communist society where people were happy and treated as equals to high ranking government officials. There has been a time in Animal Farm when all...
  • Russian Revolution As Animal Farm
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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...
  • Pigs In Domestication Potbellied Pigs
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    Potbellied Pigs in Domestication Potbellied pigs are interesting animals that exists in the wild as well as in domestication. In the wild, they may form herds of considerable numbers, one herd keeping its distance from others. Herd members communicate with a variety of squeaks, grunts, gurgles and other sounds, including different "sneezes" and a noise made with their teeth. Due to the facts that pigs are intelligent and come from a social community, they also have very advanced communication sk...
  • Giraffes Different Techniques For Communication
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    Ever wonder about the different animals around the world Ever wonder about their behaviors and features This all has to do with zoology. Zoology is defined as the branch of biology devoted to the animals. Zoology can be viewed as a series of efforts to analyze and classify animals. Zoology basically explains everything having to do with the entire animal population. Zoology in an important field in the science world because it helps to explain all the different studies of animals. One important ...
  • Sense Of Fear Among The Animals
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    "Only the mob and the elite can be attracted by the momentum of totalitarianism itself. The masses have to be won by propaganda". This quote comes from Hannah Arendt a German-born U.S. political philosopher who wrote The Origins of Totalitarianism. This quote describes one of the many ways the farm in the book Animal Farm transcended from utopian communism towards a totalitarian state. Other factors such as ensuing fear among the masses and a veiled sense of community brought on by work also aid...

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