Animal Farm Seven Commandments

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In Animal Farm, many animals are not treated as fairly as others. Some animals have more privileges than others and are condescending to those below them. In the end of Animal Farm, the Seven Commandments are gone because the rules no longer apply to the pigs and animals on the farm of the upper class because they give themselves the right to have more freedom. On page 134, the narrator reads, "There was nothing there now except a single Commandment. It ran: All Animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.” Some animals on the farm decide that they get more rights than other animals all by just taking leadership on the farm. This quote tries to say that animals are treated equally, but on the farm, all animals really aren’t

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