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  • Response To George Orwell's Animal Farm

    Animals of Animal Farm, your poor lives are lacking. You’ve been denied so much. I’ve seen the world outside this cage that horrible pig built, flying the sky on these wings of mine. I know how much that tyrant Napoleon kept from you. The beautiful, simple privileges all animals deserve, that you animals have been deprived of. There is a mountain in the sky, trust me, covered in sugar and no body works there. Nobody starves. Old Major waits there for us! Surrounded by his children and friends,…

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  • Napoleon Animal Farm Quote Analysis

    supporters launched a propaganda counterattack against Trotsky” (history.com).It is without a doubt that Napoleon’s role in the novel is to be an allegorical representation of a former Soviet dictator, Joseph Stalin. Meanwhile, Snowball represents Leon Trotsky. There are many political and historical allusions to the events of communism and of the Soviet Union in the book. For example, when Napoleon negotiates with the neighboring farms, an untrustworthy man betrays him and steals some lumber.…

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  • Perpetuated Mediocrity

    Perpetuated Mediocrity in the Lower Socioeconomic Areas of Appalachia Throughout my life, I have found several things that I have had to write off as merely unexplainable. One of greatest incidents I’ve encountered as of lately is how it is the societal norm for the vast majority of individuals who reside in the lower socioeconomic regions to perpetuate the poor quality of life that has stricken them since birth. At first I merely wrote these individuals off as those who chose apathy over…

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  • Alastair Norcross's Article 'Puppies, Pigs And People'

    Essay-2 CHALLENGE FROM MARGINAL CASES Having gone through the ‘Challenge from Marginal Cases: in the Article “Puppies, Pigs and People”, it seems the author Alastair Norcross is of the view that any mutilation or torture to non-human animals is morally impermissible irrespective of the actions of Fred’s behavior and torture of the animals or slaughtering or mutilation of farmed animals. He argues that there is no difference as the animal is mutilated in either case. In one case Fred tortures…

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  • Marxism, Socialism And Communism

    The Bolshevik government was a government situated in the Soviet Empire run and founded by Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky. The Bolshevik government ran on many ideas of Karl Marx. The theorisation of Karl Marx ran by the name of Marxism and these ideas within his theory were as followed: The capitalist society is one to be abolished, as the bourgeois should not be the ones to run the land or factories when they are not the ones that slave away on those sites. With this, Lenin intertwines…

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  • Personification And Symbolism In Animal Farm, By George Orwell

    “Animal Farm” is a novel written by George Orwell. Throughout the story, Orwell discusses how the animals are mistreated and overworked. He covers the different ideas that the animals have to fight back against the humans. The author explains how the animals are longing to have the perfect farm where they are all treated equally and will work as hard as they need to in order to get that. Although the story is very unrealistic it is still relevant for readers. The author does a good job catching…

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  • What Is The Theme Of Reputation In Much Ado About Nothing

    A young lamb hiding in the shadow of a lion, a predator in the game of war, and prey in the game of love, wages a new battle in foreign territory. William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing is a play in which its characters are defined by their respective reputations. On one hand, are Leonato and Don Pedro: the leaders of two politically powerful families, whose desires are of the utmost priority for those surrounding them. On the flipside, characters like Don Jon and Dogberry are not given…

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  • The Importance Of Power In Animal Farm

    Power can have the persuasive action in undoing the moral ethics of one’s character. This can be seen throughout history with the Russian Revolution and can also be proven by the actions of Napoleon in, Animal Farm, by George Orwell. As John Dalberg said “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” A leader does not begin wanting to do wrong, they start with the best intentions, but power is a tricky thing. As someone gains more and more power, they increasingly become…

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  • The Selfish Giant Analysis

    The Selfish Giant is a story about a process of a selfish giant becoming a generous one. The Giant had a very beautiful garden where the children like playing. After the giant expelled children rudely, only the cold winter was in his garden. Finally, he realized that is was his selfishness prevented the coming of the spring. The giant proceeded to ruin the wall of his garden and to welcome children to play in his garden. Years later, the giant died and was taken to the Heaven by the child who…

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  • The Wisdom Of Repugnance By Leon R. Kass

    and “pugnare” to fight. When we use the word repugnance, we do not just mean the feeling of fighting back or resisting, but also a feeling of horror or sickness that causes you to resist in the first place. In the article “The Wisdom Of Repugnance” , Leon R. Kass illustrates that human beings should take a closer look at the greater implications of cloning and not just to do it because we can. Liberals, on the other hand, believe that, “cloning human beings will be an extension of existing…

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