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Although there was cleverness in the idea of using animals to represent different elements of the revolution, the idea was only so intriguing and eventually became tireso I felt that Animal Farm was a terribly boring book. Although intended to be satirical, the novel mocked the Russian Revolution in a manner that was less than comical. So Orwell what was your point? This combined with the jargon he uses, “ensconced” and others, also bores the audience and counters his purpose of appealing to everybody.
Living the story doesn’t increase its appeal. The ending statement, taken out of context of the book itself, was a VERY nice one!
Please someone tell me that is FAR better than this one. There’s no critical thinking involved here at all, and every time I remember this book exists it gsorge down in estimation in my mind again. However, the use of the repetition of “half a dozen” gives the impression that Stalin had more deals than he actually did and that Orwell could not think of any more ways to phrase it, lowering one’s opinion of his writing and the ability to pass the theme of betrayal through the fate of the pigs.
George Orwell, A Revolução dos Bichos e a Modernidade.
The idea of an animal uprising and running a farm is stupid and I would like to ask, what is the point? Several of his neologisms, along with the term “Orwellian” — now a byword for any oppressive or manipulative social phenomenon opposed to a free society — have entered the vernacular. I generally don’t like books where animals are the main characters but really, did Orwell even try to make us feel something for these animals who are supposed to be representing humans?
Orwell isn’t half as profound as many would have you believe. After the puppies grow Napolean, one of the greedy pigs.
In this and the rest of the paragraph, Orwell uses his stylistic technique of descriptive language way too much. Reto 28 PopSugar But maybe everyone should read it. But to not be so harsh I believe I disliked this book so much because it was something I would normally never read.
He was a prolific polemical journalist, article writer, literary critic, reviewer, poet, and writer of fiction, and, considered perhaps the twentieth century’s best chronicler of English culture.
It was extremely stupid of them to send their hardest worker, Boxer, to the revklucao house! Sad that all the things we fought so hard for back then are being taken away by the pigs. Luckily, there’s a wise pig on s farm: Led by Napoleon and Snowball, two pigs, the animals form a revolt and soon take over the farm for themselves.
Soon their peaceful, and idyllic, barn is in upheaval. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Characters are introduced solely to kill them off, and my heartstrings were yanked here and there without any payoff. Between andOrwell worked on propaganda for the BBC.
Orwell was severely wounded when he was shot through his throat. This phrase also has an absence of contractions, which takes away from the ability to relate to the audience and therefore the effect of the fable form, as said before. Revoluczo way, I don’t like your book.
Is this novel important? Thanks for telling us about the problem. I had hoped that the E-library would have the Kindle version but it was still out. Building windmills and selling eggs and milk and shit?
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Well, I think that you can’t make a comment on human follies and vices with only annoying caricature animals because humans are intricately complex and you need the contrast with a caricature character and a complex character to achive this properly like in Pride and Prejudice. Some of the characters can be compared to the important figures of the time; Napoleon: Aside from my political bias I’m not a fan or Orwell’s prose it seems to flat and cold.
If someone is interested in the subject of the Russian revolution, I’d rather recommend Pasternak’s Doctor Zhivago: Another classic and another author ruined!
Granted most people who read it did so in the context of highschool classes with teachers who actually believe this is a proper understanding of the Russian revolution, but come on people… now we’re far enough away from the collapse of the Eastern Bloc and the end of the Cold War that, if we’re critical enough, we should begin to realize how much this asinine book played a part in the construction of a very ideological, and extremely simplistic, historical discourse.
Why is this man considered a legitimate source and voice of reason on what happened in the USSR?