Animal Farm

References

Explanatory notes

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  2. ^ Bradbury, Malcolm, Introduction
  3. ^ According to Christopher Hitchens, "the persons of Lenin and Trotsky are combined into one [i.e., Snowball], or, it might even be [...] to say, there is no Lenin at all."[18]
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  7. ^ In the Preface to Animal Farm Orwell noted, however, 'although various episodes are taken from the actual history of the Russian Revolution, they are dealt with schematically and their chronological order is changed.'
  8. ^ Preface to the Ukrainian edition of Animal Farm, reprinted in Orwell:Collected Works, It Is What I Think

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