Animal Farm Essay | The Point of the Novel "Animal Farm"

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The Point of the Novel "Animal Farm"

Summary: Describes the point George Orwell tried to prove to the public in writing the novel "Animal Farm."

Animal Farm, by George Orwell, takes place on Manor Farm, which is owned by Mr. Jones, who is a drunkard who doesn't take care of his animals. We are then introduced to Old Major, the wise prize boar, who gathers the animals together to reveal his dream. His dream was that all animals would be equal, and that man would be overthrown. His dream instills a spirit of rebellion in the animals on Manor Farm. Then one day, the animals revolt against Mr. Jones and begin Animalism, where all animals are equal and "four legs good, two legs bad." All life goes well, until Napoleon, the evil pig, overthrows Snowball, the nice pig, and gradually takes over Animal Farm, the whole time making the animals work harder and longer while feeding them undersized portions. During this time, however, he is breaking all of...

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