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Characterization Animal Farm

Summary: Discusses the novel Animal Farm, by George Orwell. Explores Orwells characterization of major characters. Analyzes the character of Moses and details his transformation in the text.
Characterization is the process in which many writers use to show the reader the personality and attitude of the characters. Characterization is a very well known technique used by many authors throughout the United States Of America, and even the whole wide world. The character Moses who is a small black raven in the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell is a dynamic character.

In the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell, the character Moses is a small black raven is on Mr. Jones side at the beginning. For example he told the other animals that when they died that Mr. Jones definitely did not take them to the slaughter house but to a very different place, "He claimed to know the existence of a mysterious country called Sugar Candy Mountain to which all animals went when they died (Orwell, 12)." This shows that the other animals should...

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