Essay on `` Animal Farm `` By George Orwell

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For many centuries and before social media, reading books was the only method of communication where the readers could found ideologies, beliefs or trend about the era and those which should be assimilate and follow by the society. Throw literature the authors show some characteristics about the society that they are living even they not seem too “realistic” as science fiction. For example, George Orwell (1903-1950) whose emblematic novels “animal Farm” (1945) and “1984” (1948) are presented as a criticism of both totalitarian regimes which are before and during the Second World War.
Feminism is defined as “the advocacy of women 's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes” (Oxford Dictionary, 2016) at the political, cultural or economic way. Even in ancient Greece were buried the roots of feminism, most recognize by the three ways of feminism which the third is the one which we are currently rescinding. Throughout history, women have been generally subjugated by the patriarchal society, being silenced by the supposing dominating gender. For this reason, the feminism criticism became an important topic in modern literature. One of the modern novels concerned is Bridget Jones who was “born” at 1995 by the journalist Helen Fielding at her columns at The Independent and later on making three novels about this ordinary Londoner single woman in her thirties which through this life satirizes society’s point of view.

The Diary of Bridget Jones (1996 [1995]) coincide with…

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