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Animal Farm

Summary: George Orwell's purpose in "Animal Farm" was to show that communism only leads to failure. No good comes out of it except maybe for the ruler. He wrote the book because he had observed and wanted to state how the communist regime was spreading through Russia and going into Europe and even the U.S.

Animal Farm

In a world where mainly our lives are civilized and sophisticated, there would be much argument if a farm was prosperously run by animals. Well, this is the case for a book written by George Orwell, which, in case you haven't guessed, is named Animal Farm. Now, the book also came out with a cartoon film, except that the film has a total different ending. Why am I mentioning this, u may ask? I'm mentioning it because I believe George Orwell would not have approved of the film's ending because it would change the novella's theme and mainly his purpose in writing the novel.

The theme of the book is based on communism. Orwell is trying to show how communism is another form of inequality, instead of equality. Throughout the novel, the pigs attempted to have nothing to do with humans, yet they gained more and...

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