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Animal Farm, Examining the Theme of Power Corrupts

Summary: Reviews the George Orwell novel, Animal Farm. Examines Orwell's theme of power corrupts. Details Orwell's use of literary devices to generate a reader response to the theme.
Animal Farm shows a realistic view of how power, success and public support can turn a decent comrade into a power-hungry, communist who only cares about himself. Orwell is trying to get the reader to respond to the way power corrupts people, and how they abuse the privilege of having such power. Equality is impossible to find in a small society because different citizens play different roles throughout the society and some require effort and leadership than others.

There are three types of citizens in the novel Animal Farm, the leaders, the middle class, and the peasants. This system can easily be related back to communist Russia, during the time of the Russian revolution. The upper class is ultimately represented by the Tsar. In this society Napoleon and Squealer become the new Tsar of Animal Farm. By Squealer " bravery is not enough...

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