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Animal Farm

Summary: Animal Farm stands for any human society, be it capitalist, socialist, or communist because Animal Farm embodies a human society and all its components. However, the other animals' naïveté, the greedy, megalomaniac pigs, and the complete dominance of the media by the pigs, lead to the fall of Animal Farm.
Every nation in the world tries to develop their own version of, "All animals are equal" (27). This utopian ideal rarely stays true in reality. In George Orwell's Animal Farm, Old Major tells the other animals that they should rebel against their human oppressors. They take his advice, and after the humans are no longer at the farm, the pigs "naturally" assume leadership. However, the other animals' naïveté, the greedy, megalomaniac pigs, and the complete dominance of the media by the pigs, lead to the fall of Animal Farm.

The fall of Animal Farm, which represents Russia under Stalin's rule, was not due to any one thing or person, and Orwell wants the reader to understand this. One of the reasons is the gullibility and the manipulation of the other animals' ignorance by the pigs. Boxer uses the maxim, "Napoleon is always right" (73), so he does not have...

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