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by George Orwell

Teaching Guide - Introduction to Animal Farm

When George Orwell wrote Animal Farm, World War Two was devastating Europe. The story serves as an allegory for the Russian Revolution in 1917, in which Tsarist rule was overturned and Communist rule took its place. An avid Socialist, Orwell believed the Russian state had betrayed the ideology of Communism, which is equality for all, because those…

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