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  1. Comparing Animal Farm and Gulliver's Travels

    There will always be people who are not content with being equal and will rise to become leaders and dictators. The Characters Each of the characters in Animal Farm represents somebody who had something to do with the Russian Revolution. George Orwell has cleverly disguised different human characteristics and qualities into his characters. For example, he chose the normal Russian peasant to be portrayed by a horse. Horses are known to be hard working. This is exactly how Orwell wanted to portray the peasants.

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