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  • Animal Farm By George Orwell
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    Animal Farm, by George Orwell, is a novel that ridicules communism. Animalism, which represents communism, was a revolution that didn't work. Animalism was supposed to make life better for the animals but instead the quality of life only decreased. By the end of the story, the government had become corrupt, there was a dictator, and the animals had become slaves to the pigs. The story begins with the animals going against Mr. Jones, the farmer, because of the way they were treated. The animals f...
  • Farm At The Animal Revolution
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    Animal Farm Introduction Animal Farm is a symbolical political satire in which animals take the place of humans. These animals can talk and are just as intelligent as humans. They learn to read and each type of animal a different aspect of humanity. (Ex. : Pigs- Politicians; Horses- Laborers; Sheep- Gullible People; etc.) This book shows how a government that is set up to serve the people turns against them, just like communism did to the Russian people. Animalism symbolizes communism and the ch...
  • Used In Animal Farm Propaganda
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    HOW PROPAGANDA WAS USED IN ANIMAL FARM Propaganda is used by people to falsify or distort the truth. In the book Animal Farm, many things happened to Napoleon and the other pigs because of using propaganda. First of all, Napoleon and the pigs used propaganda to tell lies the animals would believe. For example, when Boxer was taken away in the knacker truck, Squealer got all the animals to believe that the truck had been bought by the hospital, but they hadn't taken the stickers on the side off y...
  • Power In Orwell's Novel Animal Farm
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    'Outline the ways in which Napoleon obtained and maintained power on Animal Farm. What message is Orwell conveying to the reader through these processes?' ; There are many ways in which Napoleon obtains and maintains power on Animal Farm. Napoleon obtains power fundamentally by elimination of all opposing him. He obtains and maintains power by turning other animals weaknesses into his opportunities. He also uses his education and knowledge to obtain and maintain power, as well as his ability to ...
  • 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...
  • Stalin And Napoleon
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    Orwell's Animal Farm: Summary of Characters Stalin's five-year plan was made to upgrade Russia and bring it current with the rest of the world within a five-year period. In Orwell's book Animal Farm, Napoleon - Snowball thinks up the idea of constructing a windmill which looks like it is designed to bring the farm up to current technology. In both cases, Stalin and Napoleon come off trying to sell their ideas with the impression that it is to better the lives of the people and the animals of the...
  • 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...
  • Napoleon And Snowball
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    Animal Farm: Character Analysis of Napoleon by: George Orwell Fall '96'Napoleon was a large rather fierce looking Berkshire boar,' that was spoiled and always got his way. He was the only pig of the kind on the farm. Napoleon was a great rival to Snowball. Snowball was very outspoken while Napoleon was very secretive and did not talk much. Napoleon and Snowball prepare for the Rebellion in a very similar manner, and have many goals alike. Old Major's vision was important to both Napoleon and Sno...
  • 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...
  • End The Animals
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    Animal Farm is a movie that uses animals to make fun of humans. The movie starts out with a the highest animal, Old Major, the pig, telling all the animals they must unite and leave the humans, and that the humans should not boss them around anymore. However, before that can happen, Old Major is killed. The animals do succeed, though, in scaring off the humans. Because O ld Major has died, it is time for a new leader. Snowball, a pig, and Napoleon, another pig, both try to lead the animals. Snow...
  • Money For The Windmill Napoleon
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    Animal farm Napoleon The great rebellion on animal farm was a great event for all the animals. The pigs in particular were very supportive in these events as was seen in snowball during the battle of the cow-shed. Napoleon, because he was the bigger of the boars was seen as a figure of small authority on the farm and was usually seen to be caring and supportive towards the ideas of the rebellion. But as the saying goes all power corrupts, but absolute power corrupts absolutely Napoleon soon beca...
  • Two Main Leaders Of 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...
  • 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 ...
  • Snowball To Napoleon
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    In George Orwell's Animal Farm, power and control of the farm shifts from Mr. Jones to Snowball and from Snowball to Napoleon. Each, no matter how well their leadership, was corrupted by power in some way as compared to Russian leaders of the time. The most corrupt, Napoleon, uses several methods of gaining more power and luxury. Like Stalin, Napoleon uses a Propaganda Department to make himself look good. The one responsible for Napoleon's looking good and propaganda is Squealer. With a name li...
  • Animal Farm Summary Books
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    Animal Farm Summary Books related to Animal Farm Summary Animal Farm Summary The book starts in the barnyard of Mr. Jones "Manor Farm'. The animals gather at a meeting led by the white boar, Major. Major shows them that no animal in England is free. He also explains that the stuff that they produce is taken by man and the animals do not benefit. The only thing that man gives is food to survive so more money can be made off of the animals. Majors lets them know that man is the source of all probl...
  • Napoleon Changes
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    George Orwell's novel Animal Farm takes place on a farm in England. Napoleon is the main character in this book and his character is a symbol for greed. Napoleon is a large Berkshire boar who receives great power when he arranges for the expulsion of Snowball. Napoleon changes in a negative way as the plot progresses. At first, Napoleon wants to better his life and the lives of all the other animals, but that soon changes. Power tends to corrupt some people, such as Napoleon who uses his power t...
  • Pigs Supierority To The Other Animals
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    In George Orwell's book Animal Farm, the thing that went wrong was that the animals gave up their freedom of choice and opinion to Napoleon. The reason he took control so quickly and easily is because the animals don? t know how to be independent and after Jones was out of the picture. They looked for a new leader to guide then through the revolution and found the leaders in Napoleon and Snowball. The reason their society didn? t work out is because the gave their freedom up to Napoleon and Snow...
  • Animal Farm From Snowball And Mr Jones
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    In the book, Animal Farm written by George Orwell, the animals raise up in rebellion against their human masters in hope for a better life. However, the quote by Lord Acton, a British historian, describes it best: "Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely. ' This is basically what happens. The pigs realize their intellectual superiority, and use it to their advantage. When this happens, they began to take advantage of the entire society of animals. The pigs of the story sacr...

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