Animal Farm Essay | Student Essay

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Animal Farm: From Equality to Tyranny

Summary: Discusses the George Orwell novel, Animal Farm. Reveals how the characters evolve into tyrants. Compares the novel's plot to the Russian Revolution.
The novel animal farm was written by George Orwell during the Russian revolution, and it somehow symbolizes it. In one of the English farms there happens the revolution, animals rebel against the humans with hope that everything will be much better than it was that time. They believed in utopia, as it was during Russian revolution. They have certain leaders pigs. Snowball and napoleon, and this two pigs announce seven commandments that always must be satisfied, but as soon as one of the pigs is banished another becomes tyrant. He begins to change rules in his favor, at first he begins to sleep in the bed, begins to drink alcohol, smoking pipe, eating best food on the farm, he is walking with bodyguards, he announced his birthday as a celebration, and the last he is walking on two legs. Than he begins to communicating...

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