When he tries to recapture his property, they defeat him, steal his gun, and drive him off again. Through stupidity, narrow mindedness and pure cowardice of some animals we view the inevitable as the farm animals become ruled by pigs. She represents the petit bourgeoisie that fled from Russia a few years after the Russian Revolution. A farm is brought up, where the social order has been corrupt by the superior class of the pigs. Being an allegory, events in the book accurately depict actual events in history that actually relate to propaganda.
However, he did this in a discreet way by using animals to symbolize the different people that played a role in the Revolution. In the first chapter Orwell gives his reasons for writing the story and what he hopes it will accomplish. When depicting Snowball he shows the problems with a democratic system. These results would not have been possible without the blind faith of the animals. For example, he dines on Mr. Most of the allegorical characteristics in the novel can be found within the characters and their actions. Therefore, having Snowball expelled from the farm.
This is an example of how the opinion of the animals is an important factor of the rebellion. This book is also an analogy to the Russian Revolution. When Major dies, two young pigs, Snowball and Napoleon, assume command and consider it a duty to prepare for the Rebellion. Napoleon awards special privileges to the pigs and especially to himself. The novel supports the idea that Communism is an unethical and unjust system of government and damages society.
Jones, and his men as a result of mistreatment. Suddenly, Napoleon decides that building the windmill is a good idea. Snowball nearly effortlessly gains the loyalty of the other animals simply by his power and eloquence. He is a mean man who treats his animals cruelly, and uses them for profit. Even though most people do no see, Animal Farm is a book about the Russian Revolution, where each character represents an important personage and where the plot is based on what happen in that country, as anything in history, there are many lessons we can learn from this work of fiction. He is an easy-going man who prefers pursuing his hobbies to maintaining his land.
In someways, he even pokes fun at the communist regimes around the world by symbolizing them as animals. They create the Seven Commandments of Animalism, which set values against acting human-like, and paint them on the wall of the barn. . Intelligent people can use the force of their words to extents that physical strength does not extend. The animals on the farm get tired of how they are getting badly treated.
The Soviet Union, now known as Russia, was much different under the leadership of Stalin than it is now. They also act as executioners, tearing out the throats of animals that confess to treachery. Trotsky supported the spread of communism, whereas Stalin maintained that it was more important to work within Russia on strengthening the communist ideal. After a while, the animals ended up rebelling, and managed to kick out Mr. List several events of hypocrisy that take place in Animal Farm. Jones Jones' wife, who flees from the farm when the animals rebel.
This cycle of cruelty is shown in the Russian revolution by Joseph Stalin who is represented by Napoleon in the story. Napoleon and Snowball The parallels between Napoleon and Stalin, and Snowball and Trotsky, are relatively straightforward. They exhibit the same cruelty by treating the other animals the same or even worse than previous owners. No ability to do what you please. This particular piece of art brings to light a problem that every society stumbles upon, a problem that cannot be avoided. He doesn't seem to care who is in charge of the farm since he says it makes no difference in his life. In his supreme craftiness, Napoleon proves more treacherous than his counterpart, Snowball.
The setting of the story is Manor Farm in England with Mr. Napoleon expels Snowball from the farm and takes over. As discovered through the analysis of Animal Farm and the French Revolution, when the population feels oppressed, the chance of revolt skyrockets. When Napoleon takes control by the use of force he immediately puts his foot down. Old Major uses his power to introduce Animalism and the Seven Commandments.