Animal Farm

George Orwell's animal farm and 1984 (movie) show that us onece power is given away, the powerful won't give it back, do you agree witht his statement and why?

we just watch the movie 1984 and we also read the book animal farm and i need some help with a comparasen essay. Im 16 and i really suck at starting essays.

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I only saw the film 1984 once. All I remember is that Julia was always naked. The novel, however, is one of my favourites. To be sure both Animal farm and 1984 are dystopias. Orwell of course wrote both and the themes are very similar. The evils of totalitarianism or even socialism gone wrong are easy to spot. Big Brother and Napoleon seem cut from the same cloth. Both advocate that the proletariat are constantly being exploited. Orders, hence continually change under the guise of strength and solidarity. Every order and law is self-serving until power for its own sake can be the only explanation to put the common folk under such misery. Unlike 1984, Animal farm doesn't have a central protagonist. Animal Farm is an ensemble piece where misery is inflicted on many. In 1984 we get to know Winston quite well and much of the nightmare is channeled through him. The principle antagonist, however, in 1984 is shrouded in mystery. Is Big Brother even a real person? In Animal farm Napoleon is a visible antagonist. THere is so much more to this question but I'll stop here. AS for giving away power, yes because power becomes the sole reason for inflicting all the suffering in the first place, power is intoxicating.

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