Animal Farm Essay | Warnings of Animal Farm

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Warnings of Animal Farm

Summary: Essay provides an analysis of the novel "Animal Farm" by George Orwell.
Fortune tellers warned the world of the future by gazing into their "magic crystal balls." George Orwell warned the world by looking into the not so magical past. In "Animal Farm", using the Russian Revolution, George Orwell conveyed communism/ socialism and rebellion through animals on a farm. George Orwell warned of corruption due to power, an educated populace is needed for a fair government, and equality can not be reached.

One of the greatest warnings given by Orwell was power can corrupt. For example, the pigs took control of the animal farm. After realizing that they were the most intelligent animals, they decided to run the farm. They never worked, but instead ordered the other animals to do things. In addition, Napoleon got rid of Snowball so he could be the only pig in charge. He attacked him with his dogs and told the animals that...

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