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How Power Corrupts in George Orwell's Animal Farm

Summary: George Orwell's novel Animal Farm provides a good example of the belief that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Following the overthrow of Mr. Jones, the pigs use violence, lie, kill the opposition, and break the rules in order to keep their absolute power.
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ESSAY: Animal Farm

by George Orwell

Author: Denise Nery

"Animal Farm" by George Orwell is a satiric allegory and an animal fable. "Animal Farm" deals with how people behave before, during and after revolutions in general, but the book is specifically about the Soviet Unionc. It is said that power corrupts, and that absolute power corrupts absolutely and this is the case of the pigs in "Animal Farm" written by George Orwell by the use of violence and lies, the killing of the opposition and by the breaking of the rules to strengthen their tyrant regime.

First of all, to strengthen their power, the pigs scared the other animals so that they would not go against them, an example o this are the use of the dogs to control the other animals ."..Squealer spoke so persuasively, and the dogs who happened...

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