A extensive book revew on Animal Farm by George Orwell and it's symbolism to the Russian Revolution

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Book Review: Animal Farm: A Fairy Story By George Orwell Publisher: Harcourt Brace & Company; 1946 The content of the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell is satirical to the Russian Revolution. The narrative is developed by means of an establishment of events that correlate directly to changes that occurred in Russia [mainly] in the early 1900's. The events and characters in the book are comparative to important figures and affairs in the Russian Revolution. Although …

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…draw that ties the two situations together, one can further grasp what actually went on in Russia during the early 1900's. Thus with the satire established in the novel, more truth can be brought to either situation. Therefore, an understanding as per why each political figure acted the way they did is found, and more can be told as to why the final drive was toward a mass corrosion of such a highly anticipated goal.