Animal Farm Essay | Critical Analysis of "animal Farm"

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Critical Analysis of "animal Farm"

Summary: George Orwell's "Animal Farm" is an ingenious metaphor of humans' desire to reform, and natural tendency to ruin all they strived to attain. A sypnosis of the plot as well as the symbolism of Napoleon.
George Orwell's "Animal Farm" is an ingenious metaphor of humans' desire to reform, and natural tendency to ruin all they strived to attain. This work of art, so wonderfully personifying these farm animals, is a complex, interesting, and stimulating piece. Farm animals try to restructure their social situation by taking over the farm, they inadvertently create monsters. The boars become those monsters. The characterization is absolutely charming, especially that of the character I will be dissecting, Napolean. Along with a wonderful development of characters, this story has a relatively well thought out plot. The animals transgress through their rebellion and into a society of their own, then into its later collapse. The heart of the story doesn't start until after Old Major dies, so let me catch you up to that point.

The tale begins on the Manor Farm in England. A modest...

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