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Imagery in Animal Farm

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What would happen if animals could talk? What would happen if animals could rule? What would happen if animals were smarter than humans? “Animal Farm” is a novel written by “George Orwell”. Animal farm is an allegory that represents the Russian Revolution. This novel talks about a guy called Mr. Jones that owned a farm called ‘The Manor Farm”, but the animals on the farm wanted to get their freedom. The animals did a rebellion and kicked Mr. Jones out of the farm. They started to do the entire farm’s work. The pigs got educated and became the supervisors of the farm; on top of them, there was Napoleon who was a tyrant. The rest of the animals worked very hard and had less food. At the animal farm, Napoleon used his leadership for his and other pigs’ privileges.

To begin with, Napoleon was the leader of the Animal farm, he was a dictator. “They had just finished singing if for the third time when squealer, attended by two dogs, approached them with the air of having something important to say. He announced that, by a special decree of Comrade Napoleon, Beasts of England has been abolished. From now onwards it was forbidden to sing it.” (George, O.(1946). Animal Farm. USA, NY: Harcourt, Brace, and Company). Squealer said that they can’t sing Beasts of England anymore. He then explained that this song Represents the rebellion, and since the rebellion is done then no need for them to sing it. This quotation supports the thesis because it shows that rules are ruled, and no animal dared to argue about it. “Throughout the spring and summer they worked a six-hour week, and in August Napoleon announced that there would be work on Sunday afternoon as well. This work was strictly voluntary, but any animal who absented himself from it would have his rations reduced by half.” (George, O.(1946). Animal Farm. USA, NY: Harcourt, Brace, and Company). This shows how tyrant Napoleon was because he says that there is voluntary work but the ones who don’t come will be punished. This quotation shows how tyrant Napoleon was even on Sundays. Napoleon used his leadership for his and other pigs’ privileges.

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Secondly, animals at the animal farm were uneducated, so Napoleon took the privilege of their unknowledgeable. “It was necessary, he said, that the pigs, who were the brains of the farm, should have a quiet place to work in. it was also more suited to the dignity of the leader” Squealer convinced, this situation happened when the pigs moved to the farmhouse and eat at the kitchen. But the other animals remembered that the commandments said that “All animals are equal” but as always squealer was able to convince the animals. “They thought that the Fifth commandment was “No animals shall drink alcohol,” but there were two words that have been forgotten. Actually the commandment read: “No animal shall drink alcohol to excess.” “Some of the animals remembered or thought they remembered that the Sixth commandment decreed “No animal shall kill any other animal.”……..Muriel read the commandment “No animal shall kill any animal without the case.” (George, O.(1946). Animal Farm. USA, NY: Harcourt, Brace, and Company). These were some examples of how Napoleon was getting the privilege of their unknowledgeable. The pigs changed the rules of animalists to suit their desires and the other animals let them get away with it.

In conclusion, Napoleon uses his leadership for his privileges. Napoleon and the pigs know that the other animals are uneducated, so they change the animalism rules. But when the other animals question the rules, Squealer tells them that they just forgot the rules and that the rules are the same.  

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