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Animal Farm By George Orwell

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July 17 2006

animal_farm    Animal Farm

   George Orwell, 1945

   A novel of satire by George Orwell. Animals take over a farm to escape human tyranny, but the pigs treat the other animals worse than the people did. A famous quotation from the book is “All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”  

   Orwell, George, pseud. of Eric Arthur Blair, 1903–50, British novelist and essayist, b. Bengal, India. He is best remembered for his scathingly satirical and frighteningly political novels, Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four. 

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S--z said:

I like this novel with.......................................
October 10, 2010

Rohit said:

THANK U VERY MUCH. HELPED ME IN MY ENG. LITERATURE WORK. THaNK U!!!!!
August 03, 2010

wirgan said:

i love this book its a phenomenon
July 28, 2010

valiant said:

men i love this book it extrvagant
July 28, 2010

ko_ko said:

when i read this novel I was very interesting in topics of human being along with animals . I found animal farm contain everything about life and rules that humans must respect it especially nowadays . I advise every one who need to learn about our life to read animal farm . thank you asianing for your books
June 29, 2010

awesome pawsome said:

i think this is a good book and how it relates to the soviet union around world war two. I read this book in English and now i am doing a essay on it. so far my essay is 878 words and I'm only on the third paragraph. I'm am doing my essay on the truth and if it prevails how fantastic life can be but if greed and lies take over, specifically some one that could potentially have a great amount of power, life can be horrible and result in death and even torture. Once a evil person has a opportunity to be in power and rule through fear they will stop at nothing to achieve absolute control.
January 31, 2010

Ashvendra said:

Animal farm is the one of the best book by which we can learn how to read the books with interest. it is really very interesting book where we can take interest of human role played by animals, how nice it is.
December 16, 2009

hahaha said:

we're also doing it on english and we're not writing an essay xD
December 01, 2009

XYC said:

It's very nice I have chance to see Animal Farm by George Orwell as free eBook. I first knew this book when I was young in 1975 where I studied K7 equivalent. However, I was lazy by that time since I felt annoyed to turn around dic. Now I'm 48, and still like to see if I can understand its context. Keep hard to digest it... I'm sure everyone you read it seriously shall learn really good English there. Cheers!
November 07, 2009

pns said:

gr8 book.
July 22, 2009

mizz . STEPHANIE . fenton said:

gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood book.







May 08, 2009

conservativesrright said:

haha im reading this in english right now, its pretty good
April 08, 2009

lulzwarrior said:

Great book. Classic.
April 02, 2009

----- said:

yeaaah. we're also doin that book in our lessons. it's great book but writn essays and doin presentations about it sucks
March 29, 2009

Ganzo said:

we have to reed this book for English is realy good but the esay suks...
March 16, 2009

Vin said:

We're also doing it in English ...
February 22, 2009

Emkaxx said:

We are doing it on english .
And we are writing an essey about it :)
HeHe : )
January 27, 2009

Katie Gardner said:

This Book Is Realy Good

xx
September 09, 2008

Sadiq Azman said:


The story is set on the Manor Farm, owned and operated by Mr. Jones.
One night the prize boar, Old Major, tells all the other farm animals he has realized that the misery of their daily lives is all due to the tyranny of human beings, and that if they work to overthrow the humans their lives will become easy and comfortable.
After Old Major dies, the pigs (led by the two boars Snowball and Napoleon) start teaching his ideas (which they develop into a system of thought called Animalism) to the other animals. A few months later, Mr. Jones gets drunk and forgets to feed the animals, who become so hungry that they rebel and drive the human beings off the farm. They rename the farm 'Animal Farm' and write the Seven Commandments of Animalism up on the wall of the barn. Jones comes back with a group of armed men and tries to recapture the farm, but the animals, led by Snowball, defeat the men.
Snowball and Napoleon argue constantly over plans for the future of the farm, never able to agree - especially over a windmill which Snowball wants to build to provide the farm with electric power, and which Napoleon ridicules. Napoleon calls in nine dogs whom he has specially trained and they chase Snowball off the farm. Squealer, the very persuasive pig who relays most of Napoleon's decisions to the other animals, tells them that Snowball was a traitor in league with Jones, and that the windmill was really Napoleon's idea anyway and will go ahead.
The animals work hard - work on the windmill is slow and they rely heavily on Boxer the cart-horse, who is very strong and hard-working. Napoleon begins trading with nearby farms, and the pigs move into the farmhouse and sleep in the beds there - even though sleeping in beds like humans was forbidden by the original principles of Animalism.
The winter is difficult - the animals have little food. Napoleon and Squealer blame Snowball for everything that goes wrong on the farm, from bad crops to blocked drains. Then Napoleon's dogs attack four pigs, who then confess to plotting with Snowball and start a series of confessions of various 'crimes' from other animals - all of those who confess are slaughtered by the dogs, leaving the survivors shaken and miserable.
The windmill is finally completed and to get money to buy the machinery for it, Napoleon decides to sell a pile of timber - after wavering between the two neighboring farmers Pilkington and Frederick, he sells it to Frederick only to discover that he has been paid with worthless forged banknotes. Frederick and his men then come on to the farm and blow the windmill to pieces with explosives, although the animals manage to drive them off the farm again after a bloody battle. A few days later the pigs find a case of whisky in the farmhouse cellar and get drunk.
Boxer is injured while working on repairs to the windmill, and Benjamin notices that the van Napoleon calls to send him to the vet, has 'Horse Slaughterer' painted on the side. After Boxer has 'died in hospital' under care of the vet, the pigs mysteriously find money to buy another case of whiskey.
After many years, life is just as hard as it ever was. The pigs start walking on two legs. None of the old Commandments are left on the barn wall. A group of human farmers come to see the farm, they quarrel with the pigs over a game of cards - and the animals discover they can no longer tell which is human and which is pig.

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April 16, 2008
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