Animal Farm Essay | Comparison of the Movie and Novel Versions of "Animal Farm"

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Comparison of the Movie and Novel Versions of "Animal Farm"

Summary: The novel "Animal Farm," written by George Orwell, was adapted into a movie in 1998. The book version is much better, in the opinion of the author, because it develops the story more and does not tip off plot points too early.
Animal Farm is a novel written by George Orwell and was published in 1945. The story concerns the rebellion of the farm animals that eventually run the farm, and become self-reliant. In reality, Animal Farm is an allegory of the Russian Revolution (1917-1945). The book was later made into a movie in 1998, however when compared, there are many differences such as, the beginning, the events of the story, the characters, and the ending. Due to these differences, the book is much better then the movie.

The beginning of the book is far superior to the movie's take on it. The novel begins with the farm animals gathering in the barn to listen to Old Major's speech about a new way of life. While on the other hand, the movie starts beyond the ending of the book, with Jessie, the narrator saying...

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