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Animal Farm - Russell Baker, C.M. Woodhouse, George Orwell
Animal Farm
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780452277502 (0452277507)
Publisher: Plume
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
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4.5 Animal Farm by George Orwell
This might be one of the most popular stories, mostly read in school. And yes, I read it at school as well, but back then I couldn't appreciate this parable to its fullest. But given the developments in the last 25 years, nations risen and fallen, political systems overthrown in the hope for somethi...
Beyond Strange New Words
Beyond Strange New Words rated it
3.0 Animal Farm
As I understand it, the entire story of Animal Farm is one giant cynical metaphor for a failed communist utopia (because a communist utopia is a fail all of itself). It includes all the most representative tropes from mindless masses (animals) and propaganda (Squealer) to class enemies (upper class/...
theguywhoreads
theguywhoreads rated it
3.0 Where Politics Today Can Be Found In Animal Farm
When I first heard of Animal Farm, my curiosity peaks to a point if I should read it. This was in fact in the 1990s when I heard about it. Of course, I didn't read it at all and never even go further and didn't even know there was a TV live-action movie that was released in 1999 or even the 1954 ani...
Reader & Dreamer
Reader & Dreamer rated it
5.0 Animal Farm
Well worth the read, it's a very powerful story that everyone must read at some point in their lives.& We're doomed, comrades. well, the story in short was that some animals on a farm rebel, throw out the farmer and decide to run the place themselves, influenced by the old major's speech about anima...
Domhnall
Domhnall rated it
5.0 Animal Farm
Worth re-reading at a time when its messages could not be much more topical. From Appendix 1: Orwell's proposed preface to the first edition (not printed then)"Tolerance and decency are deeply rooted in England, but they are not indestructible and they have to be kept alive partly by conscious effo...
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