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Animal Farm

Summary: Essay shows the reader noble and corrupt aspects of human nature in George Orwell's "Animal Farm."
Absolute power corrupts absolutely." George Orwells' fable, Animal Farm, shows the reader noble and corrupt aspects of human nature. Throughout the book the pigs rule the other animals during the restoration of their farm after a rebellion. Yet from the beginning the pigs display signs of elitism and exclusiveness.The similarities between the pigs and their corrupt human counterparts become more apparent as the book continues. All the similarities bring about a disturbing end as the story concludes. Unfortunately the ending was inevitable because the pigs adopted the human traits that had once made their original oppressors corrupt. Some of the similarities include the pigs mimicking human appearance and customs. Another is the actions the pigs take, like killing other animals, to stay in power. And last is how they rewrite the commandments to their liking whenever they please.

One of the very first human traits the reader...

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