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George Orwell writes animal farm - The story could be classed as a Fairy Tale or a fable.

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Animal Farm George Orwell writes animal farm. The story could be classed as a Fairy Tale (Because it is about animals that can talk to each other) or a fable (a story that has to meanings) it could also be classed as an Allegory (a way of writing a story so that it has to different meanings. I class it as an allegory because animal farm is an unusual story in that it an animal story written for adults. George Orwell is a very clever writer because although he is talking about animal and how they are miss treated he is actually writing about the French Revolution but obviously he has changed the people for animals, for example Mr Jones Tsar Old Major Karl Marx And so on. Animal farm is a farm that has been taken over by a group of animals wanting to have a better life. ...read more.

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No animals must ever live in a house, or sleep in a bed, or wear clothes, or drink alcohol, or smoke tobacco, or touch money, or engage in trade. No animal must ever kill any other animal. All animals are equal. Almost as soon as the rebellion was completed, the pigs begun to complicate the rules. Naplolean and the other pigs began to corrupt the seventh commandment All animals are equal This rule got broken when Napoleaon took leadership of the farm casting himself higher than every one else. The seven commandments were written on the barn wall the smatter of the animals could remember all seven but the dim animals (i.e. the sheep) can only remember: Two legs good four legs bad. Napoleon knew that the animals weren't sure want the seven commandments actually meat and he used this like everything else to his advantage. The pigs started to break more and more rules, they began with taking the apples and the milk and when the ...read more.

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Nevertheless, some of the animals were disturbed when they heard that the pigs not only took their meals in the kitchen and used the drawing room as a recreation room, but also slept in the beds. When the animals whet to look at the barn wall were the commandments had been written the one that had been broken had been changed to? No animal shall sleep in a bed with sheets The next rule to broken was No animals shall kill another animal It came about when Napolean started to stop feeding the hens so in the end it lead to the death of most of them and then Napolean started to talk some of his fellow pigs into saying that they had been secretly talking to Snowball. They were the same four pigs that had protested when Napolean abolished the Sunday meetings "Without any furthur prompting they confessed that they had been secretly in touch with Snowball." And later in the story Boxer the hourse gets sent to the Knacker and. ...read more.

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