Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm

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Animal Farm

Summary: Research Paper about the meaning behind Animal Farm and th analysis of the animals in comparison to actual people.
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Every story has a theme and a particular style that it is written in. A theme and a style that appeals to everyone is what George Orwell accomplished in the book Animal Farm. These points are what make a story interesting. The way that he implicates both style and theme in this book can be criticized and discussed in many ways.

The style of Animal Farm has a diversified meaning. "Its message is an indictment of the Communist betrayal of the ideals on which the Soviet Union was founded, told in the form of a fairy tale or allegorical fable." (Bloom 18) People considered somewhat less than scholars better understand the underlined meaning of this book. According to Bloom, this story is "so simple and obvious that perhaps intellectuals cannot understand it." (Bloom 18) In the book, Orwell used farm animals to represent historical figures. For example...

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