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  • Animal Farm The Novel
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    Animal Farm The novel, Animal Farm, tells a story of communism as well as a fairy tale. Farmer Jones owns the farm, which he named Manor Farm. One evening, Old Major, the leader of the animals called for a special meeting. Old Major is a boar and is known as the brains of the pack. As he is giving his speech about a revolution, he is shot and killed by Farmer Jones. After this grievous event, the animals decide to act upon Old Major's words and start a revolution. The animals come up with a plan...
  • Call Animal Farm 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...
  • Animal Farm And The Other Farms
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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 ...
  • Animals Of Manor Farm
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    Animal Farm: A Political Satire of A Totalitarian Society Ruled By Dictatorship George Orwell's Animal Farm is a political satire of a totalitarian society ruled by a mighty dictatorship, in all probability an allegory for the events surrounding the Russian Revolution of 1917. The animals of 'Manor Farm " overthrow their human master after a long history of mistreatment. Led by the pigs, the farm animals continue to do their work, only with more pride, knowing that they are working for themselve...
  • Message In Animal Farm And 1984
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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 cor...
  • Rebellion Of The Farm Animals
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    Animal Farm is set on an English farm named Manor Farm, owned by Mr. Jones. The fable-like story concerns the rebellion of the farm animals, and is told entirely from their point of view. The story opens with Mr. Jones stumbling into bed, unable to lock up the farm properly after a night of excessive whisky drinking. Old Major, the venerable and well-respected pig, has called all the animals together for a meeting to take place after Mr. Jones has gone to bed, and they gather outside the big bar...
  • Animal Farm And Napoleon
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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 effort...
  • Addition To Napoleon's Leading Animal
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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...
  • Jones And The Animals On His Farm
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    Communism in Animal Farm The novel Animal Farm, written by George Orwell, is a story of rebellion and dictatorship. The book is usually referred to as an extended fable, or a story that contains a moral and has animals that function as humans. The moral of Animal Farm is that communism does not work. This book can also be described as a satire because it makes fun of a certain aspect of society, such as communism. The book itself is about an irresponsible, usually drunk, farmer named Jones and t...
  • Animal Farm
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    Conniving Pigs. Animal Farm. By George Orwell. Harcourt Brace Jovanovic h, inc. 128 pages. This story starts off on a farm in England, where animals on that farm were poorly treated. The owner of the farm, Mr. Jones, had no idea what was about to happen to him. There was a very wise pig named Major who put a spark into the animals to rebel against Mr. Jones, so that they may govern themselves equally in a socialistic manner. Throughout the book the reader sees how a good idea can be subtly chang...
  • Absolute Power Over Animal Farm
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    Animal Farm Essay by George Orwell In the book Animal Farm, by George Orwell, the idea of how power can corrupt is depicted in the novel. The theme of the novel is "Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely". Whe none receives to much power, such as the character Napoleon, it forms a dictatorship like government in which all decisions a remade by one man. When a revolution happens, or a sudden change occurs people begin to grow unhappy while working for their government with no say i...
  • Animal Farm To Manor Farm
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    Summary of Orwells' Animal Farm In the beginning of Orewell's novel the animals rebel against the 'Manor Farm' they take it over, and drive the humans off of the farm. In doing this the animals gained absolute power. They made their own laws, they elected a'president' and they ran the farm on their own. When the animals took over the farm they named it 'Animal Farm'. Napoleon took over as president of the farm and decided what needed to be done and when it needed to be done. But after awhile Nap...
  • Pigs Of Animal Farm
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    The easy manipulation of human nature is illustrated in " Animal Farm" The Pigs of Animal Farm abused the animals. Because of their last of intelligence and strength the animals became victims of the pigs. The easy manipulation of human nature is illustrated in "Animal Farm"A. The animals weren't strong enough to compete with the stronger pigs. 1. Napoleon's dogs killed many of the animals, "the remaining animals, except for the pigs and dogs, crept away in a body" (p. 837). 2. The pigs trained ...
  • New Life On Animal Farm With Rules
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    In the novel, Animal Farm the characters, portrayed as animals show the deterioration of moral rules that relate to human activities. George Orwell demonstrates the forcible overthrow of a corrupted government. The animals agree on a rebellion with the humans, expelling Mr. Jones from the farm. The farm changes and their rules are being broken to fit the needs of the pigs. Also, the new government on Animal Farm corrupts and changes the lives of all the characters. Furthermore, the animals wante...
  • Older Farm Animals
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    Animal Farm Animal Farm is difficult to read seriously for the first few chapters, mostly because the main characters are animals that talk not only amongst themselves, but also with humans. After a short period, though, the animals take on such believable personalities that it is easy to forget that they are not humans. In the beginning, life is satisfactory at the Manor Farm. While food rations are low, no one is dying from starvation. One evening, an older member of the farm, a boar named Old...
  • Collapse Of Animal Farm
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    In todays world, people have always strived to create a utopian society. In the novel ANIMAL FARM written by George Orwell, the animals strive to create their own utopian society based on equality and prosperity. Animalism was created to, as like the Ten Commandments, Animalisms Seven Commandments were rules for the animals to live by. However, similar to Gods rules, Animalism was a difficult concept for all the animals to follow and live by. Secondly, the collapse of Animal Farm was due to the ...
  • Abuse Of Power In Animal Farm
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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...
  • Animal Farm
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    Where is you have worked and are getting old you would have money, a pension, and that everyone is treated equally like him and Crooks. This shows that the book reflects the time its set because Candy would probably have a pension and wouldn't have been able to get sacked without out a just cause. All these dreams failed, George will never get his farm with Lennie, Crooks and Curly's wife will never have equal rights to a white man and Candy will always be in fear of losing his job. In Animal fa...
  • Animal Farm
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    Animal Farm – a rewiev Most directly one would say that Animal Farm is an allegory of Stalinism, growing out from the Russian Revolution in 1917. Because it is cast as an animal fable it gives the reader / viewer, some distance from the specific political events. The use of the fable form helps one to examine the certain elements of human nature which can produce a Stalin and enable him to seize power. Orwell, does however, set his fable in familiar events of current history. Old Major, a ...
  • Animal Farm
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    Animal Farm – Historical Relevance Essay, Research Animal Farm – Historical Relevance George Orwell grew up a devout and dedicated socialist in the British colonies of India and even when he eventually studied and lived in England. He was loyal to the beliefs and followings of socialism's fathers, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, the authors of The Communist Manifesto and Das Kapital. However, when Orwell saw the ideals of Socialism turned into vicious Communism, taking advantage of a...

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