Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm

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Animal Farm

Summary: Analyzes the George Orwell novel, Animal Farm. Examines the use of symbolism in the novel. Describes how the animal behavior mirrors human behavior.
In our world today, people receive news from all over the world in just a matter of minutes. Whether it's on TV or the newspaper, we should always be informed on what is going on in the world we live. There is a large amount of people who states the facts in the news such as news reporter, but there are times where their opinion also comes into the story. This leaves us to wonder about where this source of information come from and how reliable it is because there will be times where the story can be misunderstood. In Animal Farm, a beast fable by George Orwell, there are many examples where the pigs would change the facts to make themselves look superior.

There are so many things that people should be informed and up-to-date to, whether it's a sale at your favorite store, weather changes, auditions...

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