Animal Farm Essay | "Animal Farm" by George Orwell

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of "Animal Farm" by George Orwell.
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"Animal Farm" by George Orwell

Summary: This essay deals with devices that Orwell has used in his satirical novel "Animal Farm."
Animal Farm: A Fairy Story (Penguin Books, 1989), written by George Orwell, is an appealing book that alludes to the Russian Revolution, which occurred in the early 20th century. This satirical, comical, and historically meaningful novel tells of a farm called the Manor Farm, which is controlled by an infamous farmer named Jones. This novel is an exceptional allegory of the Russian Revolution. First, Orwell's usage of slogans and songs develop a heavy, monolithic mood. Also, Orwell uses right usage of literary devices, which makes this allegory complete. And thirdly, Orwell uses reader-friendly characters that help readers in understanding the predicament that Russia was in.

First, Orwell uses slogans and songs that create a strong mood that catches readers' minds. "Beasts of England" foreshadows the hardship that animals need to endure in order to be freed from humans' slavery. This song is related to...

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