Animal Farm Lord Of The Flies Contrast

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Comparing|Contrasting animal farm with Lord of the Flies: “What are we? Humans? Or animals? Or savages?” ― William Golding, Lord of the Flies. The speech was said that by one of the boys. What the boy meant by the speech was that they were not able to control themselves so they started acting in a savage way. (I found this quote in goodreads). Animal Farm is about an unspecified Animal farm and Lord of the Flies are both related in savagery, and power. There is Snowball, and Ralph. There is Napoleon, and Jack. Napoleon, and Jack only want power, and use other people for their own good. But Snowball, and Ralph want the best for everyone. Animal Farm is about The Russian Revolution. Lord of the Flies is about an unspecified war. “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others”. George Orwell, Animal Farm. Animal Farm is written by George Orwell, it is an allegorical novel published in England. The story is reflected on the Russian Revolution in 1917, and the about the Soviet Union. Animal Farm mixes political, and…show more content…
Lord of the Flies talks about British kids that crashed in an island and had to live on their own, Jack used his authority for his own good, he uses the boys as servants, and to also use them to worship him. In the other hand Ralph uses his authority for rules that would benefit everyone In the group. Animal Farm Napoleon wanted more power so he started saying bad things about snowball so that the people think that he is a bad person. Snowball gave good ideas that would make the farm better, and that everyone was going to be happy living in the farm. When you see the two stories you can see that Napoleon, and Jack only want power over the others while only want to do good things so that everyone lives well. The stories are related together and there is a good side and a bad
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