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Essay | Doomed to Greed: An Analysis of "Animal Farm"

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Doomed to Greed: An Analysis of "Animal Farm"

Summary: An analysis and interpretation of "Animal Farm," by George Orwell.
Human greed and love for power has among us for ever, many wars and political revolutions over the years prove it.

Orwell's book, Animal Farm shows us how power can change the entire political and social desire of a community for the will of one, the leader.

It all started as a desire to release animal from human slavery, such as excessive work and no reward for it, they all decided together, lead by three smart pigs called Napoleon, Snowball and Squealer to rebel al from humans and to take over an entire farm and install a government of equality, respect, and off course nothing like the human's behavior, this was called "Animalism" They even installed seven commandments that had to be respected from every animal. Those were the seven commands:

"1.Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.

2.Whatever goes upon...

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