Power In George Orwell's Allegorical Novel 'Animal Farm'

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Everybody need to flex power by voting for a representative. If nobody voted then we would have the same representative which sometimes is a good thing but what happens if we have a horrible representative, for example Donald Trump, where they want to do tasks that would benefit them. Then they manipulate them to do these tasks, tell them that this is what the founding fathers would do, and also say he will pay you his rich life if you do it. In George Orwell’s allegorical novel, Animal Farm we see the need to flex power by voting a representative. While reading the novel, the message that speaks out is that people need to vote, because it allows the people to be heard from the government so they could not overpower the system they created.…show more content…
For example And so the tale of confessions and executions went on, until there was a pile of corpses lying before Napoleon's feet and the air was heavy with the smell of blood, which had been unknown there since the expulsion of Jones (Orwell #93). This quote shows that the pigs will do anything to maintain control even if it takes the lives of their fellow animals. This is a second example of how having the same representatives will lead to a path of chaos and destruction to everyone else but they have a safe paradise.
The last example is that they made the animals do all the hard labor and suffer while they enjoyed life in the safety of the house. For example the pigs did not actually work, but directed and supervised the others. With their superior knowledge it was natural that they should assume the leadership (Orwell #139). This quote shows that the pigs did not care about the animal's’ well being but instead they go for their personal interests. This is the last example of how having the same representatives will lead to a path of chaos and destruction to everyone else but they have a safe
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