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Castrejon 1 Samuel Castrejon Mrs. Angus Period 4 English II Honors 4/6/11 Moved By a Book Power corrupts society, but absolute power absolutely corrupts society. This is vividly reflected in Orwell’s famous novel Animal Farm , a simple beast fable that contains great symbolic value of a revolution that went awry. Orwell’s connection to the Soviet Union, a communist country created by John Stalin, and the constant use of propaganda gives the book not only a strong historical value but also a strong sophisticated attribute. Though this book offers a strong connection to an older generation, it also offers another form of entertainment in the form of farm animals with personalized traits and attributes that compel all readers to continue on in their reading. Animal Farm , not only symbolizes the ideas of communism, dictatorship, and propaganda, but it also has an eloquent network of stories that allow the message of politics across to the readers. The story of Snowball has a body of its own, Snowball, the
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2012 for the course ECON 103 taught by Professor Mr.sir during the Spring '12 term at Universidad de Granada.

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