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  • Animal Farm

    II of Russia, who was overthrown during Bolshevik revolution. Old Major can be compared with Lenin, the force behind the initial Russian revolution. Napoleon, the protagonist/villain can be seen as Stalin, who to amass the power of the Soviet, sent Leon Trotsky (Snowball) to exile. Boxer can be compared with The Stakhanovite movement, whose ideologies lay in over-working themselves for the greater prosperity of the nation. The author beautifully fuses in animalism and symbolism into the context…

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  • Creative Writing: The Five Pigs At School

    “Get out of my class right now!” yelled Mr. Wolf as the five pigs ran out of the classroom crying. Mr. Wolf is the math and science teacher at Onkiers School For Pigs. He is very tall and scary, and he wears a super nice suit every day to school. Most of the pigs at school are scared of him. Even some of the other teacher are probably scared of him. *30 minutes earlier (before class)* “Hey guys lets bring our phones to class so we can play games with them, Mr.Wolf won’t catch us.”…

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  • What Is The Theme Of Power In Animal Farm

    Power in “Animal Farm” Imagine a society without government, or a community without a leader. Society would not function without a command center or commander. Leadership and governance is key to society and with leadership come power, but power can be used in various ways. First, it can be used to create a better society where a leader always thinks about the citizens first. This way of using power should remind people of Snowball who is depicted in the book “Animal Farm”. On the other hand,…

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  • Animal Farm George Orwell Analysis

    QUESTION: ‘What opportunities does writing Animal Farm as an allegory rather than an academic essay offer Orwell? In Animal Farm George Orwell writes a story of the way he believes Stalin betrayed the ideals of the Russian Revolution. These ideals were about sharing resources among all people. The characters in animal farm have the same features as the Russian Revolution. In Orwell’s short allegory novel, he provides a much more interesting image than an essay, for Orwell to critique the way…

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  • Herd Mentality Research Paper

    Asia_Ihsan Ihmed_ ECO201-1stEssay Barin_Kayaoglu_ ECO201-1stEssay Herd mentality in Economy Traditionally, herd mentality was a phenomenon associated with animals. However, today herd mentality is associated with human behavior as well. It was in 19th century, French social psychologists Gabriel Tarde and Gustave Le Bon talked about herd mentality in their writings; additionally, Sigmund Freud and Wilfred Trotter have studied the Herd behavior . Herd mentality can happen in almost in every…

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  • Similarities Between Lenin And Stalin

    Both Stalin and Lenin in their approaches are seeking greater industrialization amidst the agricultural sector. They are likewise concerned with the threat of capitalism. Lenin, in his New Economic Plan, is focused internally. In Lenin’s The NEP ‘A Strategical Retreat section, Lenin references a political crisis caused by the implementation of the party’s surplus-food appropriation program in the rural districts (pp. 4,5). To be clear this is a byword for unrest. When the peasantry is starving,…

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  • What The Water Gave Me Analysis

    Born to a photographer and a housewife, Kahlo grew up in the small, Mexican city of Coyoacán. With no original aspiration to become an artist, a series of unfortunate events would shape and mold her into becoming one of the best surrealists of her time, and arguably ever. What the Water Gave Me (see Appendix A), also known as What I Saw in the Water is one of the most renowned pieces by artist, Frida Kahlo for it’s usage of symbolism which gives the viewer insight into much of Frida’s personal…

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  • Tactics Of Joseph Stalin

    Joseph Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1952. He was a rough communist leader who spread fear, terror, and other horrid emotions to his people. Many hate Stalin for his brutal leadership and have even called him worse than Hitler in terms of authority and deaths among his people. Like many strong dictators, Stalin used many different forms of horror to keep a iron grip reserving his position of lead in his country. But how exactly did Joseph Stalin keep the Soviet Union…

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  • Lenin And Populism

    The revolutionary, Vladimir Lenin, led the Bolshevik Party for the Russian Revolution to achieve a socialist state. Lenin took several parts of the Marxism doctrine and added to it in order to make it more applicable to Russia. He believed in the dictatorship of the proletariat and the class struggle, however, an elite group would lead the revolution, instead of the masses. Along with Marxism, Lenin used other theories and practices to encourage the Revolution. Populism “influenced the tactics…

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  • Pigs And Failure In Animal Farm By George Orwell

    I read a book called, “Animal Farm” written by George Orwell. The book is about animals on a farm who are overworked, and not treated as they should be. Then, a rebellion made up of animals with pigs as their leaders, rebel against Mr.Jones (owner of the farm) by driving him off the farm. The animals try to make the perfect life for themselves, but that doesn’t go as planned. Animal farm then, starts to fail. The farm fails because of the pigs not being fair to the other animals, and the animals…

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