Animal Farm Essay | Order to Disorder: A Plot Summary of Animal Farm

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Order to Disorder: A Plot Summary of Animal Farm

Summary: In "Animal Farm" by George Orwell, the animals' society devolves from order to disorder as it became more totalitarian. The farm reverts back to its original state, however, and a key theme is that those in power sometimes try to revise history to fit a political need.
Animal Farm, by George Orwell, is about a farm that is taken over by animals because of the injustice of their owner, Mr. Jones. Old Major, a pig considered by the animals to be a wise leader, proposes the idea of a rebellion against humans just before he dies. The animals decide to do everything in their power to follow through with this idea. Throughout the Rebellion, the farm changes constantly during the course of the novel.

In the beginning, everything is in order and peace on the farm. After running Mr. Jones off, all the animals were in agreement about how things were to be done on the farm. Each animal did enough work on the farm to supply themselves with more than enough food. They also worked together to plan against the humans, and they never disagreed. Never once...

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