Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm/Rwandan Genocide Comparison

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Animal Farm/Rwandan Genocide Comparison

Summary: The 1994 genocide in Rwanda has some striking parallels to "Animal Farm," George Orwell's classic extended methaphor about an animal farm run as a totalitarian government. This can be seen in how the Hutus were treated in Rwanda as well as the coup attempts as compared to events in the novel.
In 1994, the people of Rwanda faced a major problem that ruined their entire way of life for years to come. This problem, ruined their economy, killed more than a million of its civilians, and divided the country into two sides. The animals in the book "Animal Farm" written by George Orwell, faced a situation similar to the one in Rwanda. The animals on Manor Farm were subjected to neglect, long working days, and irregular feedings. These problems escalated into two separate revolutions. In the 1994 Rwandan Revolution, the Tutsi Rebels killed almost a million Hutu Tribe members. The animals in the book "Animal Farm" overthrew the farm in an attempt to run it as a new democracy government. Both the Rwandan and the Animal Farm revolution caused a lot of problems that impacted the people who lived their negatively.

In the book "Animal Farm", the animals...

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