Analysis Of George Orwell's Animal Farm

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George orwell once said “You do not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution, one makes a revolution in order to establish a dictatorship.” The revolution took place in 1917, Orwell’s book Animal Farm takes place after the revolution in 1944. Orwell wrote a small view book that actually showed a larger picture but makes you take the deeper look into how Animal Farm actually is a story on the Russian Revolution.
The characters in animal farm are resembled from the people that were once in the Russian Revolution. Orwell did this to add questions to the readers involved with animal farm, whether or not it was an animal story or of something greater such as the Russian Revolution.. The setting of the manor farm is resembled to be Russia and the three pigs are the three main leaders in the Revolution. The last Russian emperor, Tsar Nicholas II is portrayed by Mr. Jones. He wasn’t good at taking care of his people and he was a drunk. Napoleon is Stalin, they both want power and they both have a strength in lying and bending the truth. Leon Trotsky is Snowball, Snowball wants to generate power through the farm to be able to modernize it, Trotsky wanted communism but fights Stalin to keep it in Russia. Both loyal to their leaders, Squealer and Vyacheslav Molotov had a large responsibility dealing with the outside forces. All of the animals are created depending on the attitudes of the leaders and the main influences on the revolution.
Not only do the animals
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