Animal farm and the russian revolution

Animal Farm and the Russian Revolution
George Orwell's novel, Animal Farm, is a great example of fable and political satire. The novel was written to criticize dictatorial government mainly Stalin's corrupt rule in Russia. In the firs chapter Orwell gives his reasons for writing the story and what he hoped it would accomplish it also gives reference to the farm and how it related to the conflicts of the Russian revolution. The characters settings and the plot were written to describe the social disturbance during that period of time and also to prove that the good nature of true communism can be turned into something atrocious by an idea as simple as greed. This essay will cover the comparisons between Animal Farm and the Russian Revolution. It will also explain why this novel is a satire and allegory to the Revolution that took place in Russia so long ago.
Firs and foremost manor farm itself represented Russia with it poor conditions and irresponsible leaders. Mr. Jones plays one of those leaders, Nicholas the second. Jones beat his animals, would forget to feed them, and treats them badly. His actions are portrayals of Karl Marx. Marx had a dream of a better Russia and created the doctrine of communism to aid in distribution of wealth, and to bring the people to a place where they would all be equal, but what he didn't realize was that under the wrong rule the good intentions of communism would become corrupt. Surely if communism and animalism were carried out by the right sorts of people and animals with good and true intentions, their communities would have prospered instead of falling and ultimately being destroyed.He died before getting to see the rise of his creation just as Old Major did.
The rise and fall of Lenin by Stalin is portrayed in napoleon's actions toward Snowball. When though Lenin had some good intentions towards the people oh Europe he was still slightly corrupt and susceptible to b

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