Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm

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Animal Farm

Summary: Analyzes the George Orwell novel, Animal Farm. Provides a plot summary. Discusses major themes, including the abuse of power.
The fantastic novel, Animal Farm by George Orwell is an insightful tale that deeply explains the complete control of the pigs abusing the power to fulfill their own selfish desires. Even though the pigs say it is for the good of the animals, but it only benefits the pigs. Orwell's brilliant and creative story is clearly similar with Stalin's Soviet Union. However, Stalin was not the only despot whose matches the sovereignty portrayed in the great novel. Adolf Hitler is another despot because he has the power, authority to command and control, which interconnect with the book. Adolf Hitler abuses his powers by controlling people called the Nazi to cruelly kill the innocent Jewish.

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Throughout the story the pigs begin to prerogative for themselves while claiming it's the best for the other animals. The great leader of the pigs, Napoleon, takes advantage of the weak animals' intelligence...

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