Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm Reading Assessment

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Animal Farm Reading Assessment

Summary: Some of the key aspects from the novel Animal Farm, written by George Orwell, are the inferences to the World Wars and military dictators. These inferences shed light upon the thinking of Orwell himself.
Event: The Seven Commandments

In the beginning of the story, the seven commandments were very effective rules. Each and every animal respected and obeyed the commandments. The rules were written by Snowball to make sure that every animal was a friend and an alley and that all humans were enemies. The view of the revisionists was that the commandments didn't include some important aspects. Napoleon and his followers decided to change the commandments after they threw out Snowball. Some of the pig's changes included; "no animal shall kill another animal without reason." There was also "no animal shall drink alcohol to excess." Using revisionist history, the pigs claimed that this was what the commandments had always said and that the other animals must not read them often enough to remember what they say.

Event: The Plans for the Windmill

The idea of having a windmill to...

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