Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm: Corruption

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Animal Farm: Corruption

Summary: Animal Farm by George Orwell. Corruption and greed: Discusses the phrase "Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely."
"Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely," was made by George Orwell about power. This statement applies to the book Animal Farm by many characters in it want power or influenced by power. Some main characters of this story represent rulers in Europe at the certain time period. Napoleon, the fierce looking pig in the book, represents Stalin in Russia. Mr. Jones, the owner of the Manor Farm, represents Czar Nicholas I. Pilkington, the owner of the Foxwood farm, represents Churchill and England. Frederick, the owner of the Pinchfield farm, represents Hitler and Germany. Lastly, Snowball who is vivacious and inventive, represents Trotsky. In the beginning of the story, the animals were tired of being treated so much less and given not a lot of attention from Mr. Jones. After a speech from a wise old pig, Old Major, the animals really realize that they are being...

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