Animal Farm

Why is the book Animal Farm considered satire?

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Satire is a way of criticizing people or ideas in a humorous way, or a piece of writing or play which uses this style. Since this is the definition of satire you will see that Animal Farm is certainly a satire as it takes a serious situation communism and puts it to a story with talking animals.