Animal Farm George Orwell Analysis

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George Orwell attempts to convey his feelings about many issues using his unique style. His handling of the animal characters as the shadow of depicting human nature is unique. He warns against leaders who are hungry for power. These people would not hesitate to deprive individuals of everyday freedom if it meant prolonging their control, he also warns against excessive censorship. Similarly, he uses Animal Farm to warn against the deceitfulness that accompanies communism, fascism, socialism and Marxism (like Nationalism, Islamic party, etc.). Orwell discusses how history is changing by whoever is in power. Orwell hated totalitarianism, because of its lies, and so he saw it as the enemy. If any person or powerful group finds a fact damaging or conflicting with their goal, that person can easily change it by the way in which it is reported. Orwell wanted to expose the truth. His motive was not to create some wonderful, entertaining work, instead, he seeks to reveal lies and make his views known…show more content…
At the end of this research paper I have mentioned only the key works from which I have learnt much in my general approach to Orwell and in the treatment of specific details, and of these, I must acknowledge my prime debt to the one indispensable guide to George Orwell's Animal Farm By David Ball (Barren's Educational Series, Inc. 1984), and In the Company of Animals: A Study of Human-Animal Relationships by James Serpell (Cambridge University Press, 1996). These two books helped me so much with adequate data. This research paper is product of hard labor. And while working on it I have faced some major complicacies among these the followings were more acute: unavailability of the internet connection in the university library, slow typing speed, disconnection of internet line while browsing for desirable data. Insufficient and incoherent data scattered in some
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