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ANIMAL FARM

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GEORGE ORWELL BORN IN INDIA, IN 1903, WAS A BRITISH WRITER. HIS REAL NAME WAS ERIC ARTHUR BLAIR. A STAUNCH CRITIC OF TOTALITARIANISM HE  WROTE POLITICAL ESSAYS AND FICTION  INCLUDING THE SATIRICAL POLITICAL NOVELS ANIMAL FARM(1945)AND NINTEEN EIGHT-FOUR(1949). HE CALLED HIS  BOOK, ANIMALS FARM: AFAIRY STORY. HIS LUCID AND IN-DEPTH AUTHENTICITY OF STYLE IS HIS MOST OUTSTANDING QUALITY THAT KEPT HIM ALIVE IN THE LITERARY WORLD.

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ANIMAL FARM, IS A TYPICAL SATIRICAL AND POLITICAL NOVEL FROM THE EVER KNOW  AUTHOR GEORGE ORWELL. IN THIS NARRATION READERS GO THROUGH A WORLD OF ANIMALS LIVING WITH A DIFFERENT CODE OF LAWS. ORWELL SAYS THROUGH ANIMAL FARM WAS PRIMARILY A SATIRE ON THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION IT WAS INTENDED TO HAVE  A VAST APPLICATION. THAT  KIND OF  REVOLUTION, WHICH  HE DEFINED AS ‘VIOLENT CONSPIRATORIAL REVOLUTION LED BY UNCONSCIOUS POWER HUNGRY PEOPLE’, COULD ONLY LEAD TO  A CHANGE OF MATTERS. HOWEVER, THE TURNING POINT OF THE STORY WAS SUPPOSED TO BE WHEN THE PIGS KEPT THE MILK AND APPLES FOR THEMSELVES. IT WAS THE REFERENCE TO THE NAVAL MUTINY AT KRONSTADT IN 1921.

 

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AUTHOR

GEORGE ORWELL

PUBLISHER

ADARSH BOOKS

PRINTED PAGES

96

PUBLISHING YEAR

20013

LANGUAGE

ENGLISH

ISBN

9788187138754

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