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As I read the book Animal Farm I have came to see that the story Animal Farm is a metaphor for the life in the USSR We see how Animal Farm takes on personalities of social and political figures from the USSR They relate to the social and political life of The USSR in how they act and live All the animals have a personality that emulates personality from the Russian Revolution They plan to take over and make all things equal by this they hope to give the power to the animals that represent the people of The USSR Animal Farm has many of its characters take on the characteristics of The Russian Revolution In so Mr Jones is compared to Czar Nicholas II Mr Jones is the farmer in animal farm who is irresponsible in the treating of the animals in a way that he will let them starve and leave them in neglect Sometimes Mr Jones cruel acts are so terrible that it is cruel to imply them He has stooped to the point where he would whip the animals for no reason Although he is so irresponsible and cruel he actually tries to make up for it by mixing milk with the animals food In so we compare Mr Jones to Czar Nicholas II Just as Mr Jones Czar Nicholas II is a poor leader overhis land and people as Mr Jones is to his farm and animals Sometimes Czar Nicholas II is compared to Western Kings in his acts The both of them Czar Nicholas II and Mr Jones are brutal with their opponents and punished unjustly As a cheep act of kindness Czar Nicholas II would hire students as spies to make money In so he would use the information he learned to ponishe and eliminated his threats and oppositions In the Russian revolution Karl Marx had invented communist ways and its party His plan
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