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___________________________Animal Farm by George Orwell

 

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Animal Farm

 

Summary and Review of Chapters 9-10

 

Summary:

Boxer who has been working extremely hard, breaks down. He is secretly sold to a butcher, but Napoleon tells the pigs that Boxer has been brought to a hospital where he has died.

Three years later the mill is finally completed. Even though the farm is doing well, The lives of the animals has not improved. Squealer keeps telling everyone that things are coming along fine and no one can't really disagree with him.

During this time Napoleon deepens the relations with the neighbor farm and one day Napoleon even invites the owners of this farm for an inspection. They sit inside the farmhouse and celebrate the efficiency of his farm, where the animals work very hard with the minimum of food.

During this celebration all the other animals meet at the window of the farm, and when they look inside they can't distinguish between man and animal. To their amazement, Napoleon and the his loyal pigs are walking on their hind legs.

 

Review:

Animal Farm is the story of a revolution gone sour. Animalism, Communism, and Fascism are all illusions which are used by the pigs as a means of satisfying their greed and lust for power. As Lord Acton wrote: "Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely." So long as the animals cannot remember the past, because it is being continually altered, they will have no control over the present and hence over the future.

 

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