Animal Farm

How does Goerge orwell show maltreatment in his novel; Animal Farm

Animal farm

George Orwell

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The mistreatment is an allegory in which animals play the roles of the Bolshevik revolutionaries and overthrow and oust the human owners of the farm, setting it up as a commune in which, at first, all animals are equal; soon disparities start to emerge between the different species or classes. The novel describes how a society's ideologies can be changed and manipulated by individuals in positions of power. The treatment of the animals by Napoleon, a fellow animal, is often shocking in a similar fashion to that of human history.

Specific examples include the hardworking horse Boxer being ground up for meat, dissenting animals being slaughtered and constant manipulation of animals for the benefit of an autocratic pig named Napoleon.

Thnks, but i put Maltreatment (to the animals)

oh sorry i just realised they mean the same thinks , oops :L


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