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What does the flag of Animal Farm look like?
A green tablecloth that had a white painted hoof and a horn (George Orwell was making fun of the Soviet Union fag)
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What “department” of the government of Animal Farm did the pigeons work for?
One other thing that should be mentioned about the jurors in the preceding test question (#48) is that they all grew up tending pigs together in George Orwell’s Animal Farm in a very isolated but tightly-knit ethnic region of Western China. How could that have also helped them to render the more extreme verdict that they did?
The were susceptible to groupthink
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From whose perspective is Animal Farm told? Why would Orwell have chosen such a perspective?
There is no clear perspective, this allows Orwell to paint a clear picture of how normal people suffer under communism.
Why would Frederick and Pilkington be threatened by Animal Farm?
They feared a rebellion by the animals on their own farms.
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Do you think Animal Farm’s message would come across effectively to someone who knows nothing about Soviet history or the conflict between Stalin and Trotsky? What might such a reader make of the story?
Human nature hasn’t really changed all that much since Stalin so this story even works a modern parable. Greed, power, betrayal and brotherhood are still relevant .Clearly humans are personified through the animals and one would not have to look far to find similarities even in present times.
Of all of the characters in Animal Farm, are there any who seem to represent the point of view of the author? Which of the animals or people do you think come(s) closest to achieving Orwell’s perspective on Animal Farm?
I would say that the animal that comes closest to representing George Orwell’s own point of view is Benjamin, the old donkey. Benjamin does not have any great hopes for the revolution or, really, for anything else. He believes that, no matter what, things will pretty much stay the same for the animals. If they are not being exploited by Farmer Jones anymore, they will be exploited by Napoleon. Orwell clearly is saying in the book that the animals are no better off after the revolution. Of all the animals, Benjamin is the one who makes this point more than any other.
How does Orwell explore the problem of rhetoric in Animal Farm? Paying particular attention to the character of Squealer, how is language used as an instrument of social control? How do the pigs rewrite history?
George Orwell constructs the rhetoric through squealer the strongest. It is through Squealer that he shows how language reflects power. Without Squealer, Napoleon would not be able to acquire the power that he had. Squealer shows how powerful words can be and it is through language and rhetoric that he is successful in helping keep Napoleon’s power. When Squealer rewrites history, he bends the truth to make it look like the pigs are the heroes and he bends the truth manipulatively so that the animals have no choice but to believe Squealers rhetoric. Orwell’s language portrayed through Squealer is used as an instrument of control and the pigs rewrite history very craftily to gain and keep Napoleon in power.
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