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Summary of Animal Farm

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George Orwell's Animal Farm is an allegorical novel of the coming of the Soviet Union. It fables the revolution of animals living on farm fluctuation for complete equality. Detailed are the conniving political tactics and tyrannical govern of Napoleon, a pig characterizing Joseph Stalin. In analysis of Napoleon's subversive rise to power, he most successfully manipulates the animals through propaganda and terror.

In summary of Napoleon, his political advancement begins with the death of a well-respected pig named Old Major. Before Old Major's death, he encourages the animals to revolt against their human monarchy to claim rightful ownership of the farm. He speaks not only to advocate rebellion, but to incite an emerging animal-civilization of equality and comradeship. Following Old Major's passing, the characters see his vision through by overthrowing their human oppressors and seemingly materializing ...

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