How Did The Russian Revolution Fail In Animal Farm

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George Orwell’s most famous book hit, Animal Farm, is similar to the Russian Revolution. Just like the Russian Revolution, Animal Farm has two characters that want to be a leader and decide to make a vote at the farm to see whom will become leader, just like the sons of Leon Trotsky. Also, both have an evil character the sabotage the other character and run them out of the country, or in Animal Farm, the Farm. Animal Farm is a fable that starts with the animals at Manor Farm (later on renamed Animal Farm). Old Major, the oldest boar had a dream about the animals having freedom from the humans. Later He dies and 2 pigs (Napoleon and Snowball) take charge. Napoleon takes pups, that Jesse and Bluebell gave birth to, and train them to become…show more content…
Another reason why Animal Farm failed because some animals were lazy thinkers, but isn 't true because some animals were able to think. The final reason why Animal Farm failed because Napoleon lusted for power and it 's true because he didn 't want to hurt the animals, but since he became leader and change Animal Farm, he lost control and hurt or kill anyone that did not follow his rules and was sentenced to…show more content…
Having a perfect utopia will be a big effort. To have a perfect utopia, you have to make a precisely define utopia and use the tools of science to achieve it. In your utopia, anything could be possible. Your utopia could depend on what you want and how it will be described. No matter what we do or what would happen, no society will ever please everyone, or solve all of their concerns and problems, your utopia will solve your own problems. Nobody is perfect, same goes to the society, everyone thinks that a utopia isn 't perfect, your society is described in whichever way you want it to be. Making a perfect society perfect will be hard because not everything will go your way. Some Things could go well and later better, but later, goes bad because of something
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