All animals are equal, but in George Orwell’s dystopian novel Animal Farm, some animals are more equal than others. When Old...
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When Old Major, the boar on the Manor Farm, calls upon all the farm animals for a meeting and begins teaching the animals about a revolutionary song called Beasts of England, he didn’t anticipate the repercussions his actions would have. When Major dies, two young pigs called Snowball and Napoleon take control of the farm and ready it for the Rebellion. The animals drive out the drunken and irresponsible farmer Mr. Jones, rechristening the farm “Animal Farm”. In a perfect comic satire on communism and the Russian Revolution, the animals form their own government in the farm and institute the Seven Commandments of Animalism.
About George Orwell
Eric Arthur Blair, better known as George Orwell, was an English novelist, writer and critic. He is best remembered for his novels 1984, Burmese Days, Coming Up for Air and A Clergyman's Daughter, as well as his memoirs collected in his Essays, Diaries and Down and Out in Paris and London.