Recommended in Program(s): Challenge II
In Animal Farm, George Orwell poignantly satirizes the system and pitfalls of Soviet communism. The story takes place on a farm populated by anthropomorphic farm animals who symbolize political figures of communist Russia. Easy to follow yet still profound, Orwell’s novella speaks to the inherent ability of power to corrupt.
- 141 pages
- © 2004
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