Critical Analysis Of Animal Farm By George Orwell

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Animal Farm is a novel written by Eric Arthur Blair, who was born 1903 -1950 in Motihari, Bengal, India. Upon completion of his tenure at college studying at Eton he joined the Indian Imperial Police. In 1928, he resigned and returned to England where he had written and published his first novel amongst others. Hence, afterwards Blair began writing under the alias of George Orwell. Having volunteered for the Spanish Civil War and even after the war, George began writing to sustain his self as a means of income. In 1944, George Orwell had finished writing his novelAnimal Farm’ which gave his life experience whilst working in Burma where he served in the Indian Imperial Police and the Spanish Civil War voluntarily. Through his writings it highlighted the unemployed coal miners in England by persons in power who had the tendency to subjugate their people politically, economically and physically and this was demonstrated through the writings of his novel and other books. These…show more content…
The situation which occurred during the war on the farm with Boxer hitting one of the men and throwing him lifeless to the ground caused a conflict between him and Snowball. While Snowball showed no regret for the circumstances, Boxer was saddened and felt some remorse for his action because he believed that his strength was to be used for the uplifting of the farm. His intentions was not to kill anyone as stated in writings in George Orwell’s book, ‘I have no wish to take life, not even human life’. Boxer himself encountered internal conflict by the expulsion of Snowball who he believed would not have want to jeopardize the farm. Squealer was so good at painting such a negative image of Snowball and though Boxer seemed naïve, his instinct caused him not to believe it was true. He therefore put aside his internal conflict and decided to approach things differently by working harder and believing that the new leadership has their interest at
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