The Exploitation of Fear by Dictatorships as Revealed in Orwell's Animal Farm
This essay evaluates how dictatorships use fear to control others in Orwell's Animal Farm. The author looks at point of view, the conflict between Snowball and Napoleon at the Windmill, and the characterization of Napoleon as ways that Orwell conveys fear as a means of control.
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