Guide to Animal Farm

Guide to Animal Farm

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A Guide To Animal Farm
1. More About George Orwell
2. Communism In The World
3. Communism In Animal Farm
4. Some Notable Quotes From Animal Farm
5. Animal Farm Characters And Who They Represent In The Russian Revolution
6. Events of The Russian Revolution Represented by Events In Animal Farm
7. Books, movies, songs based on Animal Farm
8. Views On Animal Farm
9. Reflections
10. References

More about George Orwell
He was born in 1903 as Eric Arthur Blair while 'George Orwell' was his pen name. He was educated as a scholarship student at prestigious boarding schools in England. Because of his background—he famously described his family as “lower-upper-middle class”—he never quite fit in, and felt oppressed and outraged by the dictatorial control that the schools he attended exercised over their students’ lives. After graduating from Eton, Orwell decided to forego college in order to work as a British Imperial Policeman in Burma. He hated his duties in Burma, where he was required to enforce the strict laws of a political regime he despised. His failing health, which troubled him throughout his life, caused him to return to England on convalescent leave. Once back in England, he quit the Imperial Police and dedicated himself to becoming a writer. He became a well-known writer who wrote about literary criticism, poetry, fiction and polemical journalism. He is best known for the dystopian novel 'Nineteen Eighty Four' and the allegorical novella 'Animal Farm'. He has also written essays on politics, literature, language and culture, such as 'Homage to Catalonia' and 'The Road to Wigan Pier'.

Communism in the World

Communism is a system structured upon the common ownership of the means of production and characterized by the absence of social, political and ideology and movement that aims to establish social order.
There are two classes in communism. The proletariat...

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