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Animal Farm

Summary: This essay was done on the novel "Animal Farm" by George Orwell and describes how the novel is a form of Distopian literature.
In the story Animal Farm, a lot of things go wrong when the animals take over. Before Old Major started the rebellion, things were running as they should be. All the animals were doing what they were born to do. I think Animal Farm is a form of Distopian literature.

When the animals took over the farm, they began to have a lot of problems when it came to finding food to survive. For instance, is says, "the wheat crop was full of weeds, and it was discovered that on one of his nocturnal visits, Snowball had mixed weed seeds with the corn seeds. Page 103. Snowball is trying to sabotage the farm's food supply. Snowball knows that he's going to sell himself to the farm down the road, so he tries to get rid of Animal Farm before he leaves. For example, it says, "he believed that he...

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