Georgea Orwells novel "Animal Farm" is a classic example of a story filled with conflict. The story was written after World War II as a characature of the Russian government. The novel, set on a farm told of how the animals believed they could best run their own lives, if left alone by the humans surrounding them.
Old Major dreamed of a society ruled by animals and how wonderful it would be. He told the
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other animals see them in the farmhouse playing cards with the humans and see a fight erupt between them. Soon it is apparant that the animals and the humans are alike, faces all angry and full of rage. The others are unable to distinguish he humans from the animals and the end of their paradise has begun.
What happens to the farm and it's inhabitants is never told, but is left to the readers imagination.