Analysis Of George Orwell 's ' Animal Farm ' Essay

1775 Words Oct 31st, 2015 8 Pages
This novel is based on political allegory from the author’s experience George Orwell had seen during the Revolution and the War. The characters are similar to those whom he knew and were described as of how they were in the fights. Throughout the book, my understandings of the three characters Boxer, Mollie and Napoleon were of different personalities. There were a lot of conflicts both internal and external and there were uses of elements of satire to blend politics and art. To me the book was giving a fair idea of how the powerful and intelligent life treated the low and unintelligent ones. The setting of Animal Farm was in England and the different animals that were used to symbolize persons in the book were mainly pigs, horses and dogs etc. The novel basically tells the story of a group of animals who were ruled by pigs. Firstly, Boxer one of the two horses in the farm that was a strong, loyal and dedicated cart horse. He always showed devotion towards the farm and his strength was a great asset to the Rebellion and gave support to everything said by Napoleon. As soon as Boxer heard of the Animalism that was taking place, he made sure he was a part of the Rebellion. After the Rebellion, Snowball wrote The Seven Commandments on the walls, and then the pigs started to learn how to read and write, along with the rest of the animals who started to learn the alphabet. Boxer used to think in simple phrases, because he had trouble remembering letters in…

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