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Revolutions a change for the better When a country is in need of change the republic starts a revolution A revolution is when a better and stronger government overthrows the current government The animals in the book Animal Farm succeed in starting a revolution to make their lives easier yet their results turn out to make it just as hard as it was before the revolution The revolution in Animal Farm closely follows Brintons paradigm a standard for all revolutionary actions During the period before the old majors speech the conditions the animals lived in were harsh The animals had to give up everything they could to Mr Jones the owner of the farm Everyday the chickens gave up their eggs the cows their milk and the sheep their wool nearly the whole of the produce of our labour is stolen from us by human beings 28 The animals had no power of their own Brintons paradigm names this period of time the old regime Everybody was unhappy but nobody knew a better way to live There was no outer influence to introduce them to a better way When Old Major an old pig had a dream he decided to explain it to his fellow comrades Old major saw this way of living as a chance to improve their lives He knew he was going to die but decided to share anyway he never even imagined that it would be the source of pain and hardships for a long time Immediately the pigs took over They planned to overthrow Mr Jones They also started singing The Beasts of England to increase the power and the motivation of the animals during the first stages of the revolution He does not give milk he does not lay eggs he is too weak to pull the plough he cannot run fast enough to catch rabbits Yet he is lord of all the animals 29 The
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