Potential Abuse Of Power In George Orwell's Animal Farm

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In an enjoyable, nevertheless satirical story of fiction, Orwell gives animals real life problems that everyone today can relate to. A major theme in this book is the leadership style of Napoleon, which is a style that can be recognized in current leaders of the world. In addition, the influence of media and the potential for creating false impressions witnessed in present times was incorporated throughout the story. Finally, the real or potential abuse of power experienced today was depicted in the novel through the characters of Napoleon and his dogs. Although many people believe Animal Farm does not connect with the world, George Orwell gives many examples in this writing showing the resemblance between the two.

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