Animal Farm Dictatorship

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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…show more content…
Boxer, resembles the working class he is very loyal to his county and works as hard as he possibly can to make it as best as he can. Mollie is portrayed to be the upper class. The working class was very well dedicated to the revolution and sending their full support whereas the upper class gives little or no contribution to the revolution. Benjamin resembles all of the Russians against the revolution. Benjamin is cowardly and wants to warn others of the revolution and doesn’t know how to go about doing it and when he finally gathers the courage it becomes to late. Mr. Pilkington and Mr. Frederick represent the United States, Britain and Germany. They’re both worried about animalism spreading throughout the farm, the countries were worried about communism taking a widespread corruption to their homelands. The sheep represent propaganda because everyone follows the propaganda like a herd of…show more content…
The book starts out with old major informing the animals about Animalism. In the Revolution Karl Marx is telling his country of communism and how its a brilliant idea. Eventually old major dies, and that 's when snowball and napoleon take over the farm and rename it the animal farm, similarly Karl Marx and Lenin overtake Nicholas II and they renamed Russia to the USSR. Jones failed when he tried to retake his farm back but in the revolution the white army fights the rod army and fails. Mollie leaves the farm, and napoleon drives snowball out and he takes over the leadership on the farm. In the Revolution the upper class leaves the USSR, and Trotsky’s position is taken over by Stalin. When the farm experiences shortcomings Napoleon pushed the blame to Snowball. Similarly, Stalin blamed trotsky for anything that goes wrong throughout the Revolution. Stalin ends up making an agreement with hitler to avoid going into war, hitler, destroys any source of industrialization that they once had by invading the USSR. In the book we read many of the similarities to the russian
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