Animal Farm

George Orwell’s Animal Farm, often misunderstood to be Children’s Literature, is a political satire on Stalin Russia.

Animal Farm Character List

George Orwell wrote ‘Animal Farm’ to express his critical perspective on Socialism, Dictatorship, and Totalitarian based on his observation of the Russian Revolution.

Animal Farm Historical Context

George Orwell’s 1945 novel ‘Animal Farm,’ is a political fable that satire’s on communism that turned out to be a dictatorship. The novel is based on the Russian Revolution of 1917.

Animal Farm Quotes

In ‘Animal Farm’ George Orwell tries to picture an ideal socialist nation through the image of Russia’s failed socialism. From the Pigs to the Horse to the smallest of the animals are used to explain his ideology.

Animal Farm Review

George Orwell’s novel ‘Animal Farm’ opens with Old Major’s dream for a free world of animals. He shares his dream with the animals on the farm.

Animal Farm Summary

‘Animal Farm’ by George Orwell, an allegorical novel, tells the story of a group of farm animals who rebel against their human masters to create a society of equality and freedom.

Animal Farm Themes and Analysis

‘Animal Farm’ is a political allegory based on the events of the Russian revolution and the betrayal of the cause by Joseph Stalin.

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