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Comparing Animal Farm to the CUBAN Revolution
One could find hundreds of books concerning the Russian revolution; however, it was George Orwell's Animal Farm that shed light on the corruption of the revolution. Even though Animal farm is clearly a satire on the Russian Revolution, it can easily be compared to many revolutions, especially the Cuban. Both revolutions were led by a powerful man, or animal, with strong public support, and spoke of a great nation in which everyone was equal. Yet, in the end of both revolutions, the supreme leader ended up being corrupt and a full-fledged dictator. Orwell wanted to show how there is such co…
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