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Animal Farm by George Orwell - Paperback

$15.99

Animal Farm by George Orwell - Paperback

Animal Farm by George Orwell - Paperback

$15.99

Not all satires are equal. Originally published in 1945, Animal Farm chronicles the revolution of the animals against Mr Jones at Manor Farm. An allegory on the Soviet regime, Animal Farm was banned in the Eastern bloc and is one of the great political works of the 20th Century.

Manor Farm is like any other English farm, expect for a drunken owner, Mr Jones, incompetent workers and oppressed animals. Fed up with the ignorance of their human masters, the animals rise up in rebellion and take over the farm. Led by intellectually superior pigs like Snowball and Napoleon, the animals how to take charge of their destiny and remove the inequities of their lives. But as time passes, the realize that things aren't happening quite as expected. Animal Farm is, one level, a simple story about barnyard animals. On a much deeper level, it is a savage political satire on corrupted ideals, misdirected revolutions and class conflict-themes as valid today as they were 60 years ago.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Eric Arthur Blair (1903-1950) was an English novelist, essayist, journalist, and critic who wrote under the name George Orwell. His work is characterised by lucid prose, social criticism, opposition to totalitarianism, and support of democratic socialism.

Number of Pages: 120
Dimensions: 0.28 x 7 x 5 IN

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