Animal Farm And 1984 George Orwell Analysis

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1. A. George Orwell was a British writer, journalist and critic. He is one of the most admired English-language writers of the 20th century. Best known are the two works he wrote towards the end of his life: Animal Farm and 1984. The sharp charges against Stalinism and totalitarianism. B. The book was published on the 17th of August in 1945 C. The book was written during World War II and was published in 1945, although it was not widely known until the late 50s. Nowadays it is considered a classic. 2. A. Just before he died, Old Major – the oldest pig from the farm –called all farm animals together, he told them that the they are being suppressed by the humans. He tries to start a revolution. Through the words from Old Major are the eyes of the other animals opened and they see that they work as slaves for the farmer. Not much later the workers for the farmer forget to give food to the animals. The animals saw this as the moment to start the revolution, with Snowball, Napoleon and Squealer up front. The revolution is a fact, there are 7 commandments drawn and the animals begin, led by the pigs themselves to govern the farm. The people try twice to win…show more content…
The pigs are the smartest animals so they take the lead. De farm becomes the Animal farm and there are new rules that they made up themselves. Things are going well at the animal farm. The farm has been attacked by humans a few times and two of the pigs are trying to get the power in their hands. Napoleon took a few puppy’s in his hands and when there became bigger conflicts between Napoleon and Snowball, Snowball is getting attacked by the dogs of Napoleon. Napoleon becomes the absolute ruler of the farm and begins to put the dogs and pigs ahead at the food distribution, he changes the rules so he can sleep in the house, drink alcohol en walk on two
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