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Animal Farm is a book written by George Orwell It is a satirical novel with the emphasis on government and society It includes symbols in its text that represent a bigger moral thing The entire content of the plot is really based completely on a real-life government An enemy or a scapegoat is necessary for the animals of the farm because without an enemy or scapegoat there would be no one to fight against or make others want to fight against An enemy provides a target to blame each and every time something does not happen according to plan or something goes wrong If there were no enemy it would mean the government has no one to blame faults upon the government would actually have to take responsibility in their actions Education provides the animals of the farm with the means to understand the needs of a government Such animals as Muriel were hoping to learn which threatened leaders because if a dictator has educated followers the dictator would eventually be run out by the follower since his teachings show him so much of the way government is suppose to be Old Major is a character in the book that leads the entire crew of animals he is the ruler in society Boxer is a cart-pulling horse that represents the common person in real life Benjamin the donkey is the critic in society Napoleon is the challenger in society he is the prodessor to his ruler Snowball is the follower of the follower in society He does not have a mind of his own he is a second follower All and all the book was unrealistic extremely static not prone to a suspense factor and plain boring It was poorly written and for those who do not understand that it is a symbolic piece of literature will be completely tired by the plot of animals who try to take over their farm
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