Dystopia In George Orwell's Animal Farm

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A dystopia is when everything is ban and is going wrong while a utopia is the exact opposite of that and is when everything is perfect and everyone is equal with no problems occuring. We can see that utopias are an impossible thing to accomplish as several people have tried and have failed as they realized that it is just to hard with all the differences of people and all the ways of life someone will always be unhappy. We can see this in the book Animal Farm by George Orwell that when a utopia was attempted there were several problems such as corrupt leaders which is a problem that will always be there, also people can only be equal to a certain point. If anyone wants to run a government there will always be problems it is inevitable. That…show more content…
You can really see this kind of corruption in the book Animal Farm by George Orwell when the pigs say they want the best for the animals but then later on in the story they are always taking the best for themselves once again forming inequality. The pigs were very greedy and would often brainwash the other animals to get what they wanted Squealer says, “ The rule was against sheets, which are a human invention. We have removed the sheets from the farmhouse beds and sleep between blankets” (Orwell 67). First off the rule was changed from no animal shall sleep on a bed to no animal shall sleep on a bed with sheets so the pigs would be able to live a better life than the rest of the animals. Second off even though sheets are human inventions so are beds and blankets but the animals aren 't smart enough to realize this so then the pigs are able to take control over them and get what they want. This makes it so that not all the animals aren 't equal causing this attempted utopia to become a dystopia. This type of corruption will happen all the time and with it comes a better chance for a dystopia instead of a
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