"Animal Farm" by George Orwell: Can you be persuaded?
There are many different techniques to use when writing propaganda. Some methods surpass others, but many of them are very swaying! People use glittering generalities, intimidation, and loaded words, to make people believe what they are trying to spread. Many different types of people use techniques like these everyday, including politics, authors, actors, and sales people. The book "The Animal Farm" also uses propaganda, and shows how convincing it can be.
Glittering Generalities are words that are pretty, but actually mean very little, they are used to make things seem very large and…
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