Napoleon Vs. Stalin:
A comparison of Animal Farm and the Russian Revolution
George Orwell’s controversial novel “Animal Farm” has often been thought of as Orwell’s opinions, or interpretations of historical events that happened around the time it was written. The historical event that it is most often compared to is the Russian Revolution. “Animal Farm” and the Russian Revolution have many similarities and ideas. The characters, settings, and the plots are close if
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and in the end has a conclusion that was apparent from the first page. In closing the moral of the Novel and the teachings of the Russian Revolution is that Dictatorship will not work and that the dream that Stalin and Napoleon both possessed of one race or species taking over the world is impossible and will never be anything more than a dream. Everybody depends on everyone else to much to make it alone.