Animal Farm - "Animal Farm" from book to movie...

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"Animal Farm" from book to movie adaptation Animal Farm is a book written by George Orwell and was published in 1943; later the widely used story was adapted into in animation movie version in 1954. I had to read this book in my High School ESL class and was followed by the animated movie. It was recently that it brought back the memory and thought of the significant differences among both products. The Author’s main purpose to write this story was to expose the soviet myth of Russia’s acclaimed socialist utopia. The language used was very simple and was written in a way that almost anyone can comprehend. The usage of animals was to convey the message and thus cartoon version was created. But the things was not quick same in the process of the adaption. Let’s use some basic comparison of characterization, exposition and theme from both ends. The book is a tale of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the events that followed shortly after. The author was thorough with showing the parallel personality for each character by giving their very accurate descriptions. However, in the movie there were no
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