Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm and Julius Caeser

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Animal Farm and Julius Caeser

Summary: Compares the use of propaganda as described in George Orwell's novel Animal Farm and the William Shakespeare play, Julius Caeser.
Propaganda is a technic used in both William Shakespear, Julius Caesar and George Orwell's, Animal Farm. Even though Shakespear and Orwell have been from the past, their use of propaganda and literary work had been published in success. Although authors are from different time periods, their books contain common features. Noble, sacrifice, and use of propaganda are shown in the relationship between Shakespear's Julius Caesar and Orwell's Animal farm.

Old Major from Animal Farm and Brutus from Julius Caesar are both noble. For example, Old Majors actions and words make him a noble pig, just like Brutus's actions and words make him a noble individual. All the animals stood up for Old Major, just like people stood up for Brutus. In addition, Old Major and Brutus tried to make things better. Old major came up with seven commandments that would be the best for Animal...

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