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Critical Evaluation - "Animal Farm" - George Orwell
Raymond England 4r2
The novel "Animal Farm" by George Orwell tells us the story of a farm's change to Communism, through animals. It loosely tells the story of the fall of the Czar's rule and the rise of Communism in Russia. In this Critical Evaluation, I will analyse the major themes in the book and compare how the story runs with history.
Eric Arthur Blair, AKA, George Orwell, was born in 1903 in Bengal, India, the son of an English civil servant. He attended Eton public school from 1917-1921 and served with the Indian Imperial Police in Burma from 1922-1927. From 1936-1937, he fought in the Spanish Civil War. His two most famous books are "1984", written in 1949, and "Animal Farm", which was written in 1945. He also published lesser-known books and many essays until his death in 1950.
"Animal Farm" is a story which exists on two levels, first as a fable in which animals talk and act like humans and secondly as a political satire in which the author hits out at the abuses of the Communist regime and doctrines with reference to Russia and
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