Animal Farm, by George Orwell. The purpose of the paper is to describe the use of allegory and satire found in Animal Farm.
Wine, Swine and Karl Marx
Nickie Cross 10/9/02
During the time when Orwell is writing animal farm, communism is on the rise and becoming a problem in quite a few writers' minds. Many of these writers presented their thoughts on the subject in the form of a satire. In other words mocking something in hope for change. Although Orwell agreed with many of Marx's ideas, he did not agree with how the communist party was carrying out Marxism. In a way of expressing his dislike of communism he writes the novel Animal Farm in a plainer setting then that of an entire country, instead he chooses a si…
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