Animal Farm Essay | Student Essay

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Animal Farm

Summary: Reviews the book "Animal Farm" by George Orwell and the movie "Animal Farm." Compares major themes and points out differences between the two works.
Have you ever thought too hard about something, some topic or idea, and you realized that because you were thinking too hard you were keeping yourself from finding an answer or from finding a solution? Well, when you think about the book Animal Farm I believe that you can't think too hard about the themes or about what the book is trying to represent. If you do, it will keep you from really seeing what the point is that the book is trying to get across. It really isn't all that difficult to understand at all. The themes of the book are all wrapped into important ideas and main points in the book; you just have to know what those important ideas and main points are. Let's take the theme of power corrupting.

The book describes how as the pigs gained power it becomes harder and harder for...

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