Animal Farm

what do you think the windmill and the work that went into it symbolizes

based on animal farm by george orwell

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In the novel, the windmill is supposed to be a symbol of an easier life for the animals. Its construction would shorten the work week and increase farm production for everyone. In real life, the windmill represents Stalin's 'Five-Year plan,'something that was touted as a plan that would inprove Soviet industry, increase production, and shorten the work week for the Soviet people.


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