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An author often writes a novel as a warning to mankind In Animal Farm George Orwell creates a world of animals that allegorically represent man The intelligent pigs take advantage of the uneducated lower animals and take control of the farm by showing the steady increase of the pigs intellectual exploitation of the lower animals Orwell warns the reader of the importance of educationImmediately after the revolution the pigs begin their intellectual exploitation of the lower animals by telling them that the cows milk would be mixed with apples for the benefit of the pigs health It is for your sake that we drink that milk and eat those apples Do you know what would happen if we pigs failed in out duty Jones would come back This statement dumbfounded the animals The fact that the apples and milk were being stolen was lost in fear of tyrant Jones returning Their lack of intelligence keeps them from recognizing that the pigs are exploiting them and they slowing begin to hand over their newly-won freedom to their new masters the pigs The next freedom the animals unknowingly give up is the freedom of choiceAs the pigs took over more and more the lower animals began to lose their freedom of choice The decision on whether or not to build a windmill came up Snowball was for building it and Napoleon was against it The animals listened first to Napoleon then to Snowball and could not make up their minds which was right indeed they always found themselves in agreement with the one who was speaking at the moment They themselves had no opinion Due to their lack of intelligence they just accepted what Snowball and Napoleon had to say Not only was their freedom of choice taken away but the pigs single handedly tricked the lower animals by changing the rulesAs time went on the pigs suddenly moved into the farmhouse and took up their residence
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