Animal Farm Setting & Symbolism

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Animal Farm

Animal Farm is the animal paradise conceived of by Major, and brought about by Napoleon, Snowball, Squealer, and the rebellion of the animals. Located in rural England, Animal Farm was formerly called “Manor Farm” before Mr. Jones, the owner, was driven out. Animal Farm is the main setting for the novel, as well as the site of two battles against the humans.

Willingdon

A nearby town, Willingdon is where Mr. Jones flees, and where Mollie escapes to live outside Animal Farm.

Pinchfield Farm

One of the adjoining farms, Pinchfield Farm, is owned and operated by Mr. Frederick, who later consorts in trade with the pigs at Animal Farm.

Foxwood Farm

Foxwood Farm is the other adjoining farm, owned and operated by Mr. Pilkington. One of Foxwood’s farmhands is seen petting Mollie.

The Farmhouse

Once seen as a human privilege and a sign of human oppression...

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