Animal Farm

Title: Animal Farm

Author: George Orwell

Publisher: Zinc Read

Publication Year: 2023

ISBN:  9358075260

The animals on the farm, led by the pigs, overthrow their human owner and establish their own government based on the principles of Animalism. However, over time, the pigs become increasingly corrupt and oppressive, and the other animals begin to realize that they are no better off under their new leaders than they were under the human owner. The book is a powerful critique of totalitarianism and the dangers of political corruption. Through its depiction of the rise of the pigs to power and their subsequent abuse of that power, "Animal Farm" shows how even the most well-intentioned revolutions can be corrupted and turned against the very people they were meant to liberate. "Animal Farm" has become a classic of political satire and is widely regarded as one of Orwell's greatest works. Its themes of power, corruption, and the manipulation of language and propaganda remain as relevant today as they were when the book was first published nearly 80 years ago.

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