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The Satire of Animal Farm

Summary: Essay describes the satire portrayed in the book Animal Farm by George Orwell.  It uses the events that take place in the book to that of the events that were taking place at the time Orwell wrote it.
George Orwell's book, Animal Farm, cleverly portrays totalitarianism's immorality.  George Orwell himself said, "People were conned by the Soviet war effort that Joseph Stalin was an ally." The book's characters represent the participants and bystanders of the Bolshevik revolution after which totalitarianism ruled.  Orwell had three main targets for his clever satire, the first was the brainwashed, unknowing public during the revolution, the second is the ruthless power hungry leader Joseph Stalin, and the brainwashing media.

    For example, the somewhat stupid sheep in Orwell's book portrays the innocent public after the Bolshevik revolution.  In addition, During the Bolshevik revolution, the public was brainwashed by the media into thinking Joseph Stalin was good.  This shows why Orwell used the sheep on the farm to represent the public because they were so easily persuaded to believe whatever Napoleon wanted.  ...

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