All Animals Are Created Equal, By George Orwell

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“All Animals are Created Equal” said the comrades in agreement (Orwell 21). This quote in George Orwell 's novel Animal Farm provides the animals with equality and to make no animal more powerful than another. Until one day Napoleon and Snowball try to take over “Animal Farm” for their own ruling. Napoleon is to be known as Joseph Stalin and Snowball is known as Leon Trotsky. George Orwell’s dystopian story is written in form of an animal fable but has a strong historical meaning behind it. Throughout this book the Russian Revolution of 1917 and many forms of governments are portrayed. The forms of government are all related to each other in their own way but tie into the novel excellent. They are Monarchy, Socialist Democracy, Communist Society, …show more content…
When the animals take over Manor Farm from Mr.Jones it is an act of social democracy. There are three basic fundamental values that show this that they are freedom, justice, and solidarity. In this novel all the animals agree on one big saying, “All Animals Are Equal” (Orwell 21) and in the eyes of justice everyone is equal, as so the animals are when the seven commandments are made. The animals controlling Manor Farm and renaming it as their own shows how it is linked to the government. With the animals control they got to make the farm how they wanted but still had to follow their daily orders to keep the farm up and running smoothly. The animals freedom was once taken from them when Napoleon took over but was not as harsh as Mr. Jones until Napoleon got used to being the leader and takes advantage of …show more content…
This derived from Joseph Stalin who was “the dictator of the Union of Soviet Social Republics (USSR)” (Michi 1). Under his control the peasant society turned into an industrial and military superpower. Just like Napoleon’s dogs are related to Stalin’s KGB, who were his secret police to eliminate all enemies. Napoleon used his nine dogs he raised when they were just puppies to get rid of Snowball making him the enemy. Saying that communism means of production and manufacturing are equally owned by all the members. Even though the pigs ran Animal Farm all the animals had an equal amount of work to do upon their capabilities. Boxer was the only one who stuck out though, he would work and work until he could no more. He had the most dedication but was tricking the communist

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