About the book "Animal Farm" by George Orwell. How power corrupts and how absoloute power corrupts absoloutelty.
Authors often present the idea in their novels that the more powerful a character becomes the more likely they are to be corrupt and if they gain absolute power that they will become absolutely corrupt. A text that illustrates this, is "Animal Farm" by George Orwell, which shows the journey in which the animals of the farm rebel and eventually gain control of Manor Farm. The pig's growth of absolute power is strengthened by their ability to read and write, Napoleon's rise to power, the use of propaganda and their ultimate selfishness. Orwell uses this progression of the pig's power to exem…
- About the book "Animal Farm" by George Orwell. How power corrupts and how absoloute power corrupts absoloutelty.
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