Political Actions And Allegory In George Orwell's Animal Farm

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CHAPTER 3: PARALLELS BETWEEN RUSSIAN REVOLUTION AND ANIMAL FARM THROUGH EVENTS AND CHARACTERS
“In the time of universal deceit telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” Orwell.G 1949
George Orwell’s influential novel Animal Farm ultimately turned out to be a political commentary and presumably an allegory which revolves around Russian Revolution. Basically, parallel means occurring or existing in corresponding manner. There are number of events which directly correspond to Soviet Russia. Just like the people of Russia drove out Tsar Nicholas 2 in the exact same way animals of Manor Farm rebelled against Mr. Jones after enduring a prolonged period of injustice. With the passage of time, the pigs dominate working class of animals, because they are clever than others and then power corrupts them eventually they crave for more and more and become power-hungry their obsession enslaves them and the idea of it resembles them to their enemy which is human.
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Mr. Jones represents the leader before Stalin which is Tsar a villain in the novel against which people of Russia and Animals of the farm rebel, formerly recognized as a good master and now he loosened his edge. The first ever event in novel is Old Major’s speech, who told animals that their real enemy is man, “Man is the only creature that consumes without producing” Orwell.G 1945, chp:1, pg:4. he incites animals to rebel. He says, “That is my message to you, comrades: Rebellion!” Orwell.G 1945, chp:1, pg:5. He acquaints them with the song “beasts of England” this song is basically a parody of international communist arise. Animals rebelled and it was largely unplanned. The next event in the novel is when “the seven commandments” were inscribed on the wall. Its name also changed from the Manor Farm to the Animal
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