Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm in Comparison to the Revolution of 1917

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Animal Farm in Comparison to the Revolution of 1917

Summary: George Orwell's novel Animal Farm is compared to the 1917 Russian Revolution and the resulting communist rule of the Soviet Union and the power of corruption. Three major points illustrate this fact: the symbolic relationship of the animals and their counterparts, the correspondence of events in history, and the outcome of the revolution.
Animal Farm: In Comparison to the Russian Revolution

Revolution is defined as the overthrow of a government with replacement of another. George Orwell clearly exemplified this in his 1946 novel, Animal Farm. The book compares to Russia and the Soviet Union under Communist Party rule and the power of corruption. Animal Farm can be compared to this in three major points; the symbolic relationship of the animals and their counterparts, the correspondence of events in history and the outcome of the revolution.

Mr. Jones can be compared to Czar Nicholas II because just like the Czar, Mr. Jones lost his reign by rapid industrialization and treats his people (or animals) poorly. Mr. Jones was irresponsible in the keeping of his animals by letting them starve or beating them with a whip. The Czar would do the same thing because like Jones, he was...

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