Animal Farm By George Orwell Essay

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Animal Farm

Animal Farm is a book by George Orwell. It takes place in a farm in England called the Manor Farm. The book is unspecific in the time it takes place in and even the exact place itself. This is most likely because George Orwell wants the book to be more relatable, so the book could take place in the past, present, or the future. The book explores what it would be like if animals took over and became in charge rather than man. One day the animals become fed up with the dictatorship of their master, Mr. Jones. With the inspiration and motivation from a boar called Major, the animals revolt and form a revolution and drive Jones away. They then run the farm on their own and create their own government and laws that consisted of seven commandments to keep order. They quickly decide to rename the farm, “Animal Farm”.
All of the characters are the animals inhabiting the farm and the book actually takes place in the animals’ points of view. There are an abundance of animals on the farm and they all play significant roles in the story. One of the characters is a boar named Major. Major was the animal that kick started the revolution and rallied up all the other farm animals to drive Mr. Jones away. Boxer is a horse with intense strength and helped to build a windmill for the farm. Clover is a female horse and is a good friend of boxer. Mollie is a flighty mare who pulls Mr. Jones’ carriage and craves attention from humans. Benjamin is an old donkey who refuses to feel…

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