Literary Analysis On Animal Farm

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Animal farm literary analysis Animal farm’s novel was first published in 1945 and written by Georges Orwell, it was inspired and influenced by politics before and after world war 2. Orwell worked hard to make the book simple and easily read, in a time where the dictators were manipulating the way people think by controlling languages he was so much concerned to expose the way that Stalin and other dictators were trying to manipulate people by changing the truth. Animal farm tells the story of a group of animal living on the manor farm, the farm owner is Mr. Jones he is unpleasant and doesn’t feed them well, all the animal are overworking and underfed. One day Old Major, the oldest and wisest pig in the farm unites the animals and…show more content…
Napoleon considers the other animals who oppose his rule as treaters and kills them These are representations of Stalin’s purges that began before the Second World War and continued into the 1950s. Throughout Animal Farm, the animals needed to increase their resources, they undergo negotiations with other farms. then, a nearby farm known as Pinchfield became the best supplier of resources for Napoleon.Nonetheless, to symbolize Hitler and Russian involvement in the second World War Orwell stated that Pinchfield turns against the animal farm. George Orwell’s writing is short, simple, and to the point. He does not spend much time using figurative language or explaining a character’s feelings. He intentionally avoids using figurative language and chooses to use short words whenever possible. Some characters in Animal Farm that represent historical figures include: Old Major- Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin As old major is the one who ignites the revolution he represents Lenin, he also represents Carl marks because of his commandments of animalism, the resemble the communist theories by Karl…show more content…
Will inequalities always exist? Will society always be divided into different social classes? • Why do members of society let rights be worn over time? And how does it happen? Will people notice if rights are obliterated increasingly by the government? • What roles do education and knowledge play in the conservation of political liberty? Consistent social stratification in society is a primary message conveyed by Orwell in Animal Farm. The desire for power corrupts these virtuous principles of fairness for all with which the revolution has begun. the educated will always rule over the intellectually inferior, they will develop a hierarchy in any society, Orwell declares. He supports free thinking and education for all by displaying the threat of a naive working class who are effortlessly controlled. If the crowds are illiterate, ignorant and uneducated they can be controlled by a dictator such as Napoleon rising to
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