Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm: Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely

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Animal Farm: Absolute Power Corrupts Absolutely

Summary: Analyzes the George Orwell novel, "Animal Farm". Explores the major theme, power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely.
Does power over a group of people or everyone in a country corrupt the ruler? Of course is does. According to the novel Animal Farm written by George Owell, a person having absolute power will be corrupt sooner or later. He/she will give him/herself special privileges first then he as he gains more power, he will start controlling everything in their daily lives and force them to do whatever he wants. Power's function should never be neglected in real life. Absolute power corrupt absolutely.

Having power over a few people allows the ruler to gain special privileges. First he will gain assess to special things. For example, the first sign corruption in the novel Animal Farm is that the pigs took all the milk and apple for themselves. Later in the novel, Napoleon's supporter of all his actions changes the commandants to...

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