Similarities Between Animal Farm And Harrison Bergeron

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Forster said that, "A work of literature must... tell us more than we already know," which means that literature has to show a something new, give us a new perspective on a subject or topic. Orwell 's "Animal Farm" and Vonnegut 's "Harrison Bergeron" both show a new perspective on equality by creating a dystopian universe. A theme in Animal Farm is that society follows a class structure and how governments can create them. It makes you think about how an oppressed peoples can become an oppressive government. The book was written about the Russian Revolution and how socialism and making everyone equal doesn 't work. The novel illustrates how classes that are initially unified in the face of a common enemy, "Four legs good, two legs bad,"
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