Animal Farm, Corruption, Leadership, George Orwell
This paper details how Animal Farm is not just a literary work comparing a farm of beast to the Soviet Union, but it has a much deeper meaning. It explains how the author, George Orwell, uses the character and the plot line to show how leadership and power corrupt a person. It also discusses how power is more easily obtained than used correctly.
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Rich, Justin, "Animal Farm Corruption" (2016). Student Publications. 152.
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