Animal Farm Essay | Political Corruption -- Napoleon's Traits in Animal Farm

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Political Corruption -- Napoleon's Traits in Animal Farm

Summary: In his novel Animal Farm, George Orwell tries to point out the political corruption that can exist because of a tyrant, using Napoleon the pig as an example. Characters such as Napoleon shows socialism can never truly exist because of the evils associated with human nature.
In the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell, Old Major suggests that the animals rebel against their human owners, but the animal's new society is corrupted due to the problem of a dictatorial leader. On a satiric level, Napoleon, the ruler of the farm, can be considered of a shadow of Stalin. In the novel, Orwell wants to point out that even though socialism is ideal, it can never exist because of the evils in human nature- greed, manipulative trait, and cruelness- Napoleon shows how these evils corrupt an ideal society.

After the animal rebellion, Napoleon starts to reveal his true color-greed, which is hungry for power. As soon as Snowball is kicked out of the farm, Squealer immediately explain the new arrangements that Napoleon comes up, "I trust that every animal here appreciates the sacrifice that comrade Napoleon has made in...

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