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What happens when ill-treated farm animals gang up to throw out their lazy, corrupt, and power-drunk rulers? Animal Farm is born. As humans get ousted from Manor Farm and animals take control, their utopian fantasy of running a farm on the basis of equality soon begins to crumble before their eyes. The rebellion of the animals, led by the two pigs, Napoleon and Snowball, gives way to corrupt practices that lead to unthinkable consequences. A resounding fable on totalitarianism and power-gone-corrupt, Animal Farm is an allegorical novella that took the publishing world by storm when it was first published, and hasnt stopped doing so ever since. The ultimate satire on fascism, Animal Farm finds relevance even in present-day world. A must-read!
A Modern Classic by George Orwell-the author who ranked second in the list of The 50 greatest British writers since 1945 The Times (2008)
Hailed as one of the 100 best English- language novels (1923 to 2005) by Time Magazine.
A satirical tale on power and corrupt leadership, shown through the allegory of farm animals.
Very simply yet powerfully explains the then political situation, along with the corruption of the revolution.
As apt today as the day it was first published. A true Classic.
Short and quick read. Easy to understand.