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Overview: Animal Farm

Animal Farm is a fiction novel written by George Orwell and is set in a dystopian period. The story is set in Manor Farm run by a certain Mr. Jones, who has an assortment of animals under his patronage. But the animals look at the humans as parasites and want a better life for themselves. Old Major, an elderly boar decides to lead the rebellion against the cruel farmer. After Old Major dies, two young pigs named Snowball and Napoleon, step in and succeed in driving Mr. Jones out of the farm. Once free of servitude to the farmer, the animals establish the principle of Animalism and adopt the motto, �All animals are equal.�

Together, Snowball and Napoleon govern the Animal Farm, teaching the young ones to read and write and ensuring everything runs smoothly. But over time, the pigs start gathering more food for themselves while their two leaders struggle for pre-eminence. Napoleon, however, decides to drive Snowball out of the farm, and overtakes the windmill project, that was originally initiated by Snowball. Things begin to fall apart, when the windmill is destroyed in a storm, and the neighbouring farmer, Mr. Frederick, attacks the farm, injuring many of the animals. Not ready to take the blame for these events, the pigs begin to act more ruthless, thereby resembling humans and over the years, begin to walk and talk like them. They even rename Animal Farm as Manor Farm and rephrase their motto into �All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.�

The author hints at the perils of fascism, explaining how a totalitarian rule can hamper any scope for equality. Today, this book has amassed massive fame and won many accolades for its philosophical depth and allegory.

Eric Arthur Blair, born in British India, adopted the pen name of George Orwell, and went on to become one of the greatest literary masterminds of the 20th century. He is well-known for his fiction novels such as Nineteen Eighty-Four and Burmese Days, as well as his non-fiction works like Homage to Catalonia and The Road to Wigan Pier. At a very young age, Orwell played the role of a journalist, poet, essayist, social critic and most famously, a novelist. His profound legacy is revered all throughout the world, and his books are indubitable proof of his tremendous contribution to literature.

This paperback edition of Animal Farm has been published by Penguin UK and comprises 112 pages. The ISBN 10 number of the book is 0141036133, and its ISBN 13 number is 9780141036137. Order it online today and delve into the master storytelling skills of George Orwell.

Features: Animal Farm

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date July 29, 2008
Publisher Penguin Books Limited
Contributor(s) George
Binding Paperback
Page Count 112
ISBN 10 0141036133
ISBN 13 9780141036137
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 59 grams
Product Dimensions 11.1 cm x 0.7 cm x 18 cm
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