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Essay | Animal Farm by George Orwell

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Animal Farm by George Orwell.
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Animal Farm by George Orwell

Summary: Animal Farm by George Orwell is about how too much power can lead to corruption.
Animal Farm is a novel by George Orwell that shows that too much power can lead to corruption. After the pigs (Napoleon and Squealer) assume power of Mr. Jones' farm, Manor Farm, They begin to take advantage of the posts they have, the whole farm and other animals. The more power they gain the more corrupting Napoleon and Squealer's actions become.

Mr. Jones, the owner of Manor Farm (later called Animal Farm) treats all the animals poorly, he barely takes care of the animals, never feeds them food for days, is corrupt and is always found drunk. One night, The leader of the animals, a boar who name is Old Major gives a speech on the Animal's Revolution, he urges them that when the revolution takes place, that power and greed should not take over the minds of the animals, he also gives them a...

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