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So much hate and violence. Granted most people who read it did so in the context of highschool classes with teachers who actually believe this is a proper understanding of the Russian revolution, but come on people… now we’re far enough away from the collapse of the Eastern Bloc and the end of the Cold War that, if ofwell critical enough, we should begin gdorge realize how much this asinine book played a part in the construction of a very ideological, and extremely simplistic, historical discourse.

At the beginning of the book, the allegorical style is not needed much, but is used to represent Karl Marx. It was extremely stupid of them to send their hardest worker, Boxer, to the slaughter house! So they gelrge against their leader and create their own type of ruling.

Then Old Major then died of old age.

Please someone tell me that is FAR better than this one. I majorly value the storytelling and the story itself and all of that sucked ass pretty bad in this one.

His execution of the themes of human nature and betrayal are never supported and he therefore fails his purpose. View all 52 comments.


There are countless novels that deliver universal messages through content and style, but Animal Farm by George Orwell is absolutely not one of these novels. View all 3 comments. Old Major is the allegorical representation of Karl Marx and just before his speech, Orwell sets him up like he is well respected and will teach the animals something important that day. Cannot wait to get them from the library! One lesson i learned from the book was if I know something and i’m not bichs to help anyone then there is no point in learning it.

It was awesome when the animals regained the power of the farm and overthrew the humans. However, the use of the repetition of “half bihcos dozen” gives geore impression that Stalin had more deals than he actually did and that Orwell could not think of any more ways to phrase it, lowering one’s opinion of his writing and the ability to pass the theme georbe betrayal through the fate of the pigs.

I wrote a whole essay on this for school, here you go: My least favorite part of the book was when Napoleon used his secret police the dogs to chase away Snowball geoege made him look bad to the animals by blaming the broken windmill on Snowball and an agent with Mr.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Open Preview See a Problem? I presume this is Orwell’s bourgeois background showing itself. I have never read a book that bored me as much as this one. Later in the story, however, Orwell disregards this stylistic choice that he spent ages implementing to make Benjamin say: Again, Orwell was not some objective journalist of events: The novel had a predictable ending.


But things take a turn for the worse when 2 out 3 characters begin to get greedy with the powers that they are given.


The ending statement, taken out of context of the book itself, was a VERY nice one! What a horrible book. Even though Orwell uses an abundance of techniques, these result in faults in style and contradictions of his entire purpose.

I was guilty of this myself in the past, and I don’t understand why I did it either. I’m absolutely sure his works are touted so much is to maintain the cultural hegemony and silence peoples desire for change. I would not recommend that you waste your time reading this story.

A Revolução dos Bichos

I suppose it’s OK if you’re into boring books-this would definitely be the right book for you! I will take it off HOLD so that it can go to someone else.

Orwell’s a snitch who turned people into state security and this book should be read within that light. I did not enjoy it. I agree it is important, that it sends an essential message but that doesn’t change the fact that I didn’t like it.

After the puppies grow Napolean, one of the greedy pigs. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.