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Animal Farm

Summary: In the novel Animal Farm, animals rebel against the corruption of humans and try to settle a fair, democratic government to bring peace and freedom. Although this was the plan, numerous activities aroused that caused total destruction of the anima's "utopian" society.

Revolution can bring abundant freedoms, but in case of failure, it can bring despair. A society will collapse when the citizens don't take a part in the government. In the novel Animal Farm, animals rebel against the corruption of humans and try to settle a fair, democratic government to bring peace and freedom. Although this was the plan, numerous activities aroused that caused total destruction of the anima's "utopian" society.

Many animals in the novel had goals they yearned to accomplish. For example, Old Major had a dream that one day the overthrow of humans would be accomplished: "Why, work night and day, body and should, for the overthrow of the human race! That is my message to you, comrades: Rebellion! (pg.30)." Boxer, the horse with muscles of steel, also had an ongoing goal. Is phrase, "I will work harder! (pg.126)" always steamed up his body to continue...

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