"Animal Farm" by George Orwell: Warnings of Rebellion
Society is corrupt and dishonest throughout all of the ages. Just not today's civilization but in all past civilizations. In George Orwell's book Animal Farm, Orwell presents a warning to humanity about the dangers in rebellion. He compares a rebellion to a circle, in that after the takeover of the enemy is complete, the people, or in this case the animals, become corrupt themselves. Orwell warns the reader that when you rebel you should change, not end up in the same place you were.
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