George Orwell's Animal Farm As A Dystopian Society

1012 Words5 Pages
Imagine a community with no hate, no war, and no famine. A place where everyone is accepted and everything is better than imaginable. This idea of perfection is known as a utopia, an ideal society. A utopia is known as a successful, perfect society. A place where everything goes right for everyone that lives there. The contrast to this perfect society is a dystopian society. Dystopian societies are marked with fear and have little to no chance of improvement. Animal Farm, an allegorical novel by George Orwell, includes a dystopian society. The novel takes place on a rural farm known as, Animal Farm, which is a dystopian society alluding to Soviet Russia. Although Animal Farm is portrayed as the perfect utopia, the animals living on the farm cannot create individual thoughts because of the way they are controlled by propaganda, characterizing Animal Farm as a dystopian society due to these traits.
AMAZING TOPIC SENTENCE. Squealer is the propaganda machine on the farm, he portrays everything that benefits the pigs, including himself, as something to benefit all of the animals on the farm. Following Napoleon exiling Snowball from the farm, Squealer convinces the animals, “On the contrary, it was he who had advocated it in the beginning, and the plan which Snowball had drawn on the floor of the incubator shed had actually been stolen from among Napoleon 's papers. The windmill was, in fact, Napoleon 's own creation” (Orwell 57). Propaganda is biased information used to convince
Open Document