Animal Farm Essay | Propaganda: Evil in Society

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Propaganda: Evil in Society

Summary: Essay describes how George Orwell uses propoganda in his novel "Animal Farm."
In 1945, George Orwell released his satire "Animal Farm" which informed people of the injustices in society. Through the use of symbolism and historic events, the book has a much greater place in our culture. The mix of humor and irony reveals a somewhat comic yet allegorical and poignant piece of writing. The reoccurring theme of the abuse of power is shown to the reader through the use of propaganda throughout the book.

Orwell's characters, the humorous farm animals, are meant to represent a diverse group of people in a society. Old Major portrays the wise, godlike, fatherly figure to his followers. The words he speaks are considered important by all the animals, and his ideas are thought to be brilliant. When Old Major tells the animals about his reverie of them repelling against Farmer Jones and all mankind, they are ecstatic for a chance at a...

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