George Orwells Animal Farm Ignorance

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George Orwell's Animal Farm: Ignorance of Animals and Pigs Controlling Farm In George Orwell's book, Animal Farm, it is obvious that that the pigs, tyrants though they were, were awarded control of the farm through the ignorance of the other animals. There are various statements in the book that support this idea. After reading this piece, the importance of education should be clear. It seemed as though the pigs created and enacted propositions, and took liberties that increased their control over the other animals, bit by bit, cajoling and threatening until the ignorant animals were convinced that the pigs' license was in their own best interests. “It was always the pigs who put forward the resolutions. The other animals understood how to vote, but could never think of any resolutions of their own.” (Page 38) This quote is symbolic of the way that animal farm was operated. The pigs acted as leaders, the other animals were followers. Especially
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