The Political Satire Described in George Orwell's the Animal Farm

This essay is a summary of George Orwell's Animal Farm. The author communicates how this fable (writing that conveys a moral truth) reflects Orwell's views on the Russian Revolution and the rise of communism. The author also highlights how characters in the political satire represent real people in the Russian Revolution. For example, the author suggested that Comrade Napoleon represents Joseph Stalin, Snowball represents Soviet expatriate Leon Trotsky, and Major represents Karl Marx and V.I. Lenin.
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