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Essay | Animal Farm- Incidents

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Animal Farm- Incidents

Summary: Essay examines and discusses which incident in the novel "Animal Farm" by George Orwell affected me the most deeply.
The incident of the pig's party with Men has affected me the most deeply. At the beginning of the incident, when the deputation of neighbouring farmers arrived at the farm, I was angry. The pigs had invited Man, the animals supposed enemy to make a tour of inspection, which was outrageous to me, and the perfect opposite of Old Major's ideals for the farm. I also felt sorry for the animals, who were weeding the turnip field, and did not know "whether to be more frightened of the pigs or the human visitors.

Later on in the evening, when the animals on the farm heard loud laughter and bursts of singing coming from the farmhouse, I was disgusted. I was disgusted as animals and men were arch enemies, yet the pigs were meeting with them on terms of equality, a downright opposite of the commandments at the...

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