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remember always your duty of enmity towards Man and all his ways Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy Whatever goes upon four legs or has wings is a friend And remember also that in fighting against Man we must not come to resemble him All the habits of Man are evil And above all no animal must ever tyrannize over his own kind Weak or strong clever or simple we are all brothers No animal must ever kill any other animal All animals are equal Animal Farm from Old Majors speech Of all the books I read in my teen years Animal Farm was the most influential and memorable I personally think Animal Farm is one of the most important works of human history First I read it as a story for children then accepted my English teachers interpretation that the book was about the Soviet Revolution Now I tend to understand it in a wider human context The book is about the human situation in all countries and under all political and economical schemes including socialist and capitalist systems It is and incredible book and makes it very simple for people to see how corrupt most governing systems are George Orwell was obviously very knowledgeable on the subject of human nature in a general sense That is why his books are still popular so many years after they were written About the author George Orwell pen name for Eric Arthur Blair noted as a political and cultural commentator Orwell is among the most widely admired English-language essayists of the twentieth century though he is best known for two novels he wrote in the late 1940s the political allegory Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four The latter described a totalitarian dystopia so vividly that the adjective Orwellian is now commonly used to describe totalitarian mechanisms of thought-control He was born in 1903 in
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