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Society is corrupt and dishonest throughout all of the ages Just not todays civilization but in all past civilizations In George Orwells book Animal Farm Orwell presents a warning to humanity about the dangers in rebellion He compares a rebellion to a circle in that after the takeover of the enemy is complete the people or in this case the animals become corrupt themselves Orwell warns the reader that when you rebel you should change not end up in the same place you were Throughout the book the reader can view the rebellion as a working process in the beginning eventually seeing how the pigs turn into humans at the end At the beginning Old Major a prize winning boar stirs the animals to rebellion Wise old and sensible he knows many things He warns them And remember also that in fighting against Man we must not come to resemble him Specifically he says to not adopt their mans vices After the rebellion they change the name of the farm Manor Farm to Animal Farm This becomes significant at the end when the pigs return the original name to the farm In other words the rebellion didnt change anything all the pigs became the humans that treated the animals badly in the first place Towards the middle of the book the author incorporates details which lead up to the ending The pig Napoleon and all of the rest of his pigs are becoming more and more human Constantly the original rules are changed for the pigs benefit and they manipulate all of the animals For example the pigs start to drink which disobeys the rule No Animal Shall Drink Alcohol However Squealer changes it to say No animal shall drink alcohol to excess Later Napoleon outlaws the Beasts of England Song and changes it to a song which honors him All of these actions contribute to Orwells warning of the dangers of rebellion At last
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