Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm Vs. the Russian Revolution

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Animal Farm Vs. the Russian Revolution

Summary: An essay comparing George Orwell's "Animal Farm" to the Russian Revolution.
George Orwell's "Animal Farm" parallels the Russian Revolution of 1917 in many ways. Some of the most obvious ways are in the use of propaganda, the state of the citizens, and the state of the government officials.

The use of propaganda is an important factor in both "Animal Farm" and the Russian Revolution. In the Russian Revolution, propaganda was used to keep the uneducated peasants "fighting" against something, to increase their loyalty. The pigs of Animal Farm used propaganda in the same way, keeping their subjects wary about "the enemy" (Snowball, Mr. Jones) and always justifying the immoral acts of the pigs. "Discipline comrades, iron discipline! That is the watchword for today. One false step, and our enemies would be upon us. Surely, comrades, you do not want Jones back"" (60) "They had thought the Fifth Commandment was "No animal shall drink alcohol," but there were...

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