Animal Farm

What is ironic about the animals' belief that "they were truly their own masters and that the work they did was for their own benefit?"

In the book animal farm

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Really they all ended up working for a different master in Napoleon. The revolution merely exchange one human master for an even more brutal animal dictator. Old Major's dream of a sosialist Utopia ended up nothing more than an autocratic dictatorship run by one of their own.