Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm's Human Dictators

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Animal Farm's Human Dictators

Summary: Compares animal characters from George Orwell's "Animal Farm" to three dictators: Nicolae Ceasescu; Kim Il Sung; and Saddam Hussein.
The fantastical novel entitled Animal Farm by George Orwell is a riveting tale that exposes the exploitation of complete control that stems to totalitarianism. Orwell's brilliant, creative symbolism complements clearly with Stalin's Soviet Union. However, Stalin was not the only despot whose reign matches the sovereignty portrayed in the novel. Romania's Nicolae Ceausescu, North Korea's Kim Il Sung and Iraq's Saddam Hussein are three imperative paradigms. Each in one way or another interconnect with the book. Using similar tactics and ideas to ascend in power discussed in Orwell's farm, these three autocrats show the world that in minds such as theirs, there is a pattern of abuse that is absolutely frightening in all aspects.

Nicolae Ceausescu and his spouse, Elena, were two totalitarians who terrorized Romania for years. As a son of a peasant, he acted in the Romanian Communist movement just as Napoleon took part...

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