Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm Compared to the Communist Movement in Russia

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Animal Farm Compared to the Communist Movement in Russia

Summary: Essay about the rise of the pigs in "Animal Farm" by George Orwell and compares it to Stalinist Russia and the communist movement that took place there.
In George Orwell's Animal Farm, the pigs, principally Napoleon, designed a system of government built supposedly on the ideas of justice, equality and idealism, nevertheless their full intent, which was not revealed until later, was to create a brutal totalitarian state because of their vicious, power-hungry nature.

The animals of Manor Farm were mistreated by their drunken owner, Mr. Jones. They were not cared for or fed, and they lived in complete filth. The animals were tired of being treated like this but did not complain for fear of being slaughtered by the drunken and cruel Mr. Jones. Then one day all the animals on the farm were inspired to rebel by the following song created by the pigs. ."..Rings shall vanish from our noses and the harnesses from out back, bit and spur shall rust forever. Cruel whips no more...

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