Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm

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Animal Farm

Summary: Should Animal Farm be taught in the tenth grade honors program curriculum?
George Orwell wrote Animal Farm in 1945, his actual name was Eric Arthur Blair and he wrote 1984 several years after. Animal Farm was Orwell's "counter-myth" that he used to blend the art of writing and political views. Douglas Burger says that, "the tale speaks to all times and all situations in which political ideals are subverted." Because of the universal ideals that are presented in Animal Farm, it should be taught to students in the tenth grade honors program because of Orwell's ability to use literary devices to teach universal lessons about the true nature of humans and because it fits in well with the rest of the curriculum.

The literary devices that Orwell uses in his novel are both universal and timeless because of the serious history that the animals' situation presents and the common ground that the animals have with many teenagers. Orwell takes advantage of "age-old...

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