Leon Trotsky And Leon Trotswell's Animal Farm

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A satire is a literary composition in which human folly and vice are held up to scorn, derision, or ridicule. In the novel Animal Farm, the farm itself is a representation of the soviet union. The Russian Soviets were ruled under a socialist government system in which they believe peace to the country was attainable. The major characters in Animal Farm personify this historic context by re-living in a different, but similar situation. Animal Farm first begins with the animal 's idealistic pursuit to form a new society. This society is founded on the principles of freedom, equality, and liberation for everyone under the human tyrant of Mr. Jones. After a rebellion against Mr. Jones occurred, three dominated figures rose up to power. These figures …show more content…
Leon Trotsky was another Marxist thinker who engage in a number of revolutionary insurrections and riots. His animal complement is Snowball, who, like Trotsky, perceive that a global series of rebellions was needed to achieve the revolution 's ultimate goals. Snowball 's proposal for the windmill mirrors Trotsky 's brilliant character and schemes about the best way to put Marx 's theories into practice. Trotsky was also the commander of Lenin 's Red Army, just as Snowball is the commander of the animals that expel Jones. Eventually, Trotsky is drove out from the Soviet Union and killed by the forces of Joseph Stalin. as Snowball is chased off of the farm by Napoleon — Orwell 's stand-in for Stalin. Like Napoleon, Stalin was not concerned with arguments or ideas. Instead, he cherished power for its own sake by means of terror and brutality. By 1927, Stalin had presumed total control of the Communist Party. The dogs Napoleon uses are like Stalin 's KGB, his secret police force that he uses to eradicate all enemies. As Napoleon gets control under the disguise of bettering the animals ' lives, Stalin uses a tremendous portion of propaganda. This propaganda can be symbolized by Squealer who tries to convince the animals to believe and follow Napoleon. Napoleon plan to construct the windmill echoes Stalin 's Five Year Plan for reviving the nation 's business and agriculture. Thanks to animals like Boxer, who fall gullible to their leader 's lies, Stalin became one of the world 's most brutal and feared

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