Animal Farm

how did George Orwell make the novel relevant to the different age groups?

1. the fact that the animals are the main characters.

2. it could be a fairy tale.

3. the qualities the relevant animals portray

4. the forces of good vs. the forces of evil

5.greed and abuse of power

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The novel applies to all age groups because of the way it's written. To young adults it can be seen as a fable or fantasy.......... talking animals and all. But it is also cautionary fable that warns against the totalitarian government and depicts the occurrences and events of Stalinism.