An analysis of being treated differently according to social status in animal farm by george orwell
Animal Farm 3. Napoleon, a pig, soon takes charge and creates a society that not all the animals can agree on. Those pigs were Snowball and Napoleon.
I am twelve years old and have had over four hundred children. However, the pigs, the smartest animals on the farm, end up taking over the farm and controlling all the animals. The pigs brainwash the animals into believing what is not true and manipulate the other animals on the farm.
Unfortunately, his hard work didn't pay off, and Jones was faced with more disappointment.
Animal farm summary
The writer focused on every detail in the story which makes the readers to understand the setting and the movement of the story comprehensively. For example, he used a Manor farm symbolizing as the country Soviet Russia and all other characters also represented different characters of communist regime in the form of different animals. The pigs become the supervisors and directors of the animal workers. They trick the animals into believing they are doing everything for the benefit of the farm, when in reality they are doing it for themselves. The animals learn that the cows' milk and windfallen apples are mixed every day into the pigs' mash. Continued on next page After, Majors death Napoleon a was a large fierce-looking Berkshire boar, the only one on the farm. The irony in the story comes when the pigs turn into the very thing revolted against. It was made into an animated movie in Those pigs were Snowball and Napoleon. Napoleon was very well with getting his own way with any animal on the farm. Representing the roles of commoners of Soviet Russia, the general animals of the farm portrayed the real picture of the country at that time. With that, he explained the tyrannical rule of Stalin and abandonment of Russian revolution in the form of pigs and the adoption of human traits and behaviours. In the case of the pigs their lives get better and better but for all the other animals and the humans their lives take a turn for the worse, after a brief period of optimism for the animals. Though, in some cases he used some satirical language to give the real picture.
Chowdhury claimed that allegory represents a different dimension of the storyline as well as the settings and the characters of the fiction. On the other hand, for the higher level learners the content story line and the background story, even the maturity of the story will provide enough ideas to develop their concepts.
It is a tale of the never ending struggle of common people for achieving their equal rights. The characters and the events in Animal Farm mirror the Russian Revolution. Orwell's tone when describing the animals' reaction to Squealer "The importance of keeping the pigs in good health was all too obvious" is markedly ironic and again signals to the reader that the pigs are slowly changing into a new form of their old oppressors.
His actions and intentions are always for the best of the group.
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