How Does George Orwell Promote Corruption In Animal Farm

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when they do not obey the rules of Chivalry. Chaucer wrote about the truths of the church and he promoted change. “He’d fix up any marriage, giving each of his young women what he could afford her” (Allen et al. 150). Chaucer wrote about crisis in his society the way George Orwell wrote to promote change in his own society. In Animal Farm, Orwell realized the corruption taking place and saw the opportunity to speak the truth. Both authors used their characters to promote change and voice their concern over corruption. Based on the corruption taking place in the Soviet Union, Orwell created the pig, Napoleon, to represent Joseph Stalin, who was the dictator of the Soviet Union at the time. “Napoleon was a large, rather fierce looking Berkshire

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