George Orwell’s allegory of the Russian Revolution

George Orwell’s allegory of the Russian Revolution, Animal Farm was a novel created in 1945. The book shows corruption of political power from pigs gradually abused with subtle actions causes the farm to become much far worse beyond the cruelty of Mr. Jones. The animal’s prosperous future after the revolution rapidly turned into a dystopian lifestyle. Animalism gets completely transformed into totalitarianism as Napoleon forces his way into absolute leadership. It embodies how gaining power will affect an individual to maintain the position and increase the ability of having authority and influence over a society. There are exceptions like Snowball who selflessly sets all his effort to try and replicate the Old Majors vision for the benefit of the farm. But there is Napoleon being deceitful and corrupted takes advantage of the lack of intellect in the farm. The pigs follow his

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