Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm

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Animal Farm

Summary: Describes how the book Animal Farm, written by George Orwell, depicts the history of Soviet Communism in the form of a fable.
The political history of Russia illustrates how totalitarian communism violated the human rights of the Russian people. Although the concept of Communism was based on the ideals of social and economic equality for all, the Socialist Communist Party merely replaced the cruel, aggressive, czars and dictators of the earlier years. In order to maintain their power and control, the Communist Party, under the direction f Joseph Stalin, turned Russia into a totalitarian state, where ranking party members held absolute rule over the country. Anyone who tried to oppose the Party was eliminated by various methods that instilled fear into all of the Russian peasants. The Communist Party stripped away human rights and tried to convince the Russian people that the Party's actions were just and beneficial to the country. George Orwell wrote the political novel Animal Farm to depict the history of Soviet Communism in the form of...

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