Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm

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Animal Farm

Summary: In Animal Farm George Orwel used satire and fable to comment on revolutions, political power and how power corrupts people in positions of authority.Methods of gaining of holding power are explored such as the use of propaganda fear and violence and destruction of opponents.
In Animal Farm George Orwel used satire and fable to comment on revolutions, political power and how powercorrupts people in positions of authority.Methods of gaining of holding power are explored such as the use of propaganda fear and violence and destruction of opponents.

The text shows us how the powerless can become powerful.New leaders often start to abuse power like the old leaders they replaced.At the start Mr Jones was the owner of the Manor Farm and he mistreated the farm animals.The animals then planned to rebel against him and drove him out of the farm.Because the pigs were most respected and smarter than most animals they soon became the new leaders.They came up with the 7 commandments to suit the pigs pleasure such as the commandment ''No animal shall sleep in bed'' was altered to ''No animal shall sleep ina bed with...

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