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Summary: Animal Farm: By George Arwell and Annie's Baby: BY Beatrice spark have interesting contrasts. In Animal Farm the animals were very sad and disappointed of the pigs and the humans they didn't know what to do to stop thinking of the word literature they also couldn't stop thinking of the pigs to. And in Annie's Baby she didn't known what to do to stop thinking of the word literature so, that she can stop thinking of the word baby, her mom but she can't stop thinking of the word literature.
In Animal Farm the animals had to think of the word literature every time, they see the humans and every time they see the pigs. And in Annie's Baby every time she thinks of the word literature she thinks of her baby and her mother. "The only worthwhile literature is that which makes you think about your own life," said Toni Morrison. This means that the only time the word literature comes to your mind it makes you think of something bad. For example, if something had happened to you long time ago and, it was bad you didn't want to remember it, but when ever you see the word literature it reminds you of it. I agree. For example in Animal Farm By George Orwell the animals couldn't eat well the humans were using the animals, they made the animals work so hard in this moment the...

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