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Animal FarmStill outlawed by regimes around the world Animal Farm has always been political dynamite The GuardianAnimal Farm the history of a revolution that went wrong is George Orwell's brilliant satire on the corrupting influence of powerWhen the downtrodden animals of Manor Farm overthrow their master Mr Jones and take over the farm themselves they imagine it is the beginning of a life of freedom and euality But gradually a cunning ruthless elite among them masterminded by the pigs Napoleon and Snowball starts to take control Soon the ot In the 21st century when we believe that everything is evolving around us and that all countries are moving forward we realize that there is still a parasite which it is difficult to get rid ofCountries that had the opportunity to evolve have had to pass a difficult test of not falling into totalitarianism and ambition Such was the case of some countries of the Soviet Union that achieved liberation but still others continue to fall into the same abyss from which they can't rise or don't want to since that parasite has crawled in the mind of their crowd as did happen in North Korea China etcAnimal Farm shows the perfect example of how the unhealthy idea of ​​a cheap Socialism began to take root to become a dictatorial Communism as it happens in Venezuela today Its strange end leaves a bitter taste that perhaps the writer did on purpose to open the consciousness of future generations An open ending that forces the reader to ask himself what is the solution? And how will it end?Through human experiences of the animals of this farm we can identify this truth that still lingers in some shady societies of the present The solution is in our hands It will depend on the degree of preparation culture moral values determination and courage people have to free their homeland and achieve a better future Remember governments must fear the people and not the oppositeAfter that I summarize my point of view about the strongest references dealt with through the characters in this book that can be easily identify and distinguished when you start to read the story in the following sections1 Leaders full of charisma who manage to enter the hearts of the crowd by their power of conviction They choose the most insecure sectors and people to whom they inject large doses of false trust and dependence and then use them in the propagation of their miserable revolution2 From the beginning they call a supposed self identification and self recognition through rhythmic and flattering slogans They remember again and again their few and poor achievements that remain in the distant past Then they impose a barrier of differences between them and the supposed enemy In this way the people is infused with a nationalism that is based on ignorance fear and blind reverence forcing them to repeat proverbs and apply reforms without understanding the true meaning or purpose thus beginning to resemble a herd of sheep marching pleased towards the slaughterhouse3 They make the crowd believe that they have the final decision and for the common good unconsciously follow the rules and imposed parameters In addition some extra benefits are allowed to those who follow and protect the regime indulgently This is how they teach the majority that it is better to be corrupt dishonest and negligent in order to achieve higher ranks4 The regime feel entitled to legalize and abolish what suits it ordering the people what to eat how to dress greet and live and what to learn while they live freely at the expense of the efforts of others and of the injustices committed trampling the honor of an entire country and their own Machiavellian socialist laws5 What seemed a worthy plan for community social intellectual and economic development now shows the true intention that tries to kill the spirit of solidarity to impose the dictatorial and even genocidal plan if the regressive revolution warrants it6 Everyone even the majority of the crowd realize that revolutionary projects are a total failur

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Or and journalist Orwell was one of the most prominent and influential figures in twentieth century literature His uniue political allegory Animal Farm was published in 1945 and it was this novel together with the dystopia of Nineteen Eighty Four which brought him world wide fame His novels and non fiction include Burmese Days Down and Out in Paris and London The Road to Wigan Pier and Homage to Catalonia'You can't have a revolution unless you make it for yourself; there is no such thing as a benevolent dictatorship' George Orwell With the Election coming up this is the book to read 1984 in their place using the Dogs and the trusting nature of the sheep to good effect You wouldn't want things to go back to the way they were when the Farmer was in charge would you? Four legs good two legs bad Highly recommended Classic

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Download Animal Farm Doc ✓ ê George orwell ç ☆ Animal Farm PDF / Epub ✩ Author George Orwell – Dcmdirect.co.uk Still outlawed by regimes around the world Animal Farm has always been political dynamite The GuardianAnimal Farm the history of a revolution that went wrong is George Orwell's brilliant satirHer animals discover that they are not all as eual as they thought and find themselves hopelessly ensnared as one form of tyranny is replaced with anotherAll animals are eual but some areeual than others'It is the history of a revolution that went wrong and of the excellent excuses that were forthcoming at every step for the perversion of the original doctrine' George Orwell About the AuthorEric Arthur Blair 1903 1950 better known by his pen name George Orwell was born in India where his father worked for the Civil Service An auth Oh boy This book affected me a great deal—was surprised by how much Orwell was subtle and clever in writing this fable about a farm where the animals overthrow the farmer and take over They decided make it an animals’ utopia of justice and fairness for all since all animals are eual some are eual than others it later transpired After putting their hearts and souls into the revolution things don’t get better they get worse The answer is for everyone to work harder However the pigs who are the brains behind the show get to live in the farmer’s house and to walk on their hind legs something they’d sworn never to do The ‘run of the mill’ animals are told how to think and how to behave by constant indoctrination from the developing upper classOrwell’s story is based on the Russian Revolution but could probably apply to the French Cuban and Venezuelan Revolutions as well Orwell was a Socialist; he rushed off to Spain to fight with the Communists in 1936 but he returned to England uite disillusioned having realised that the Fascisti and the factions on his side were not really all that different It’s a great pity that his tragic life was cut short At age forty seven he was on his deathbed writing his second masterpiece 1984 Had he lived longer one wonders how his writing and political outlook may have changed if at all and what other great works he would have created to make us think deeply