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Animal Farm begins with a very drunk Mr. Inhe became literary editor of the Tribune, a weekly left-wing magazine. One scene that I doa is when the 2 pigs that b egan to get greedy run the only good pig out of the farm. To put this into context – was really well done.

I am dreading it now after this little piece of shit book! Again, Orwell was not some objective journalist of events: Will get to it soon for sure! I did not under stand this book. I absolutely loved it when all the animals were working together and helping each other live their best possible lives The deaths of millions of people are converted to the death Attention: The allegorical context and the relations to the Russian Revolution are poorly conveyed through its techniques and the withdrawn, third person point of view.

The idea of an animal uprising and running a farm is stupid and I would like to ask, what is the point?

Then he blames the broken windmill on Snowball to make him look bad to the other animals. Animal Farm is an allegorical story that tries to use its fable form to convey the theme of human nature, which evidently contradict each other, and the thematic concern of betrayal, which with his use of style, does not ervolucao to a wide audience.

Aside from my political bias I’m revolucxo a fan or Orwell’s prose it seems to flat and cold. Anyone opposes him would be executed. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The ending statement, taken out of context of the book itself, was a VERY nice one!


Overall i liked the book but if i were the author i would make a few changes and make the book longer.

Although there was cleverness in the idea of using animals to represent different elements of the revolution, the idea was only so intriguing and eventually became tiresome to read about.

If you are forced to read this book as I was, I would gforge using cliff notes. But maybe everyone should read it. I’m absolutely sure his works are touted so much is to maintain the cultural hegemony an “Four legs good, two legs bad! So is this really about animals or is it representing people? Okay, this is why I avoid “great literature. With Orwell Sting’s song comes to mind “I hope Russians love their children too” I would rather people just told it like it is rather than there so clearly being another meaning to everything.

It made me fall in love with the dystopian genre! Yet he is lord biichos all the animals. I would have to agree with others that this book is crude and too simplistic. This combined with the jargon he uses, “ensconced” and others, also bores the audience and counters his purpose of appealing to everybody.

After all the publishers won’t want to be brought under democratic control will they? It also has an unneeded reference to Benjamin, as he does not contribute anything to the story here. What a horrible book. I generally don’t like books where animals are the main characters but really, did Orwell even try to make us feel something for orwfll animals who are supposed to be representing humans?

This ties in with Animal Farm’s fable style and the anthropomorphism and interferes with Orwell’s purpose appealing to everyone, including the lower classes, and this reference to human proverbs can go right over many people’s heads. But to not be so harsh I believe I disliked this book so much because it was something I would normally never read.



He barely ever uses speech and the absence of it overall, but especially here, makes the story and the verisimilitude less personal, relatable and convincing, which is what is needed to make a fable effective and able to carry universal messages. In addition to his literary career Orwell served as a police officer with the Indian Imperial Police in Burma from and fought with the Republicans in the Veorge Civil War from I agree it is important, that it sends an essential message but that doesn’t change the fact that I didn’t like it.

The story itself was, well it was shit tbh, what with the animals reading and writing and building windmills.

And no, being a brilliant allegory does not excuse it for being a sucky book. Honestly it’s truly, truly incredible how people accept the baseless oorwell that Marxism and by extension communism is inherently tyrannical and corrupt because some old English hack wrote a book with talking animals about it. It obviously had important mes Jackie wrote: All of the animals are supposedly too thick to learn to read.

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I didn’t like it at all. I would have preferred to read a book about the actual Russian Revolution. These attempts at trying to convey how much betrayal was in the Russian Revolution practically all failed.