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Animal farm

  1. 1. Animal FarmGeorge Orwell<br />ShandreaLawery<br />Dr. E. Owens<br />English 1102<br />February 27, 2010<br />Totalitarianism Government<br />
  2. 2. George Orwell<br />Orwell believed in everyone should be equal.<br />He wanted to compare in a book what happened in the Russian Revolution.<br />
  3. 3. Totalitarianism Government<br />Totalitarianism is the absolute control by the state or a governing branch of a highly centralized institution<br />Totalitarianism government turned <br />corrupted<br />
  4. 4. Mr. Jones<br /><ul><li>Farmer
  5. 5. Neglected the farm animals
  6. 6. Bad habit of drinking
  7. 7. Animals ran Mr. Jones off the farm</li></li></ul><li>Old Major<br /><ul><li>Had a dream
  8. 8. Wanted the farm animals to fulfill the dream</li></ul>Dream<br /><ul><li>For workers to get a better life, all animals equal
  9. 9. All the animals own apart of the farm</li></li></ul><li>The Pigs/The Leaders<br />Napoleon the main leader<br />Snowball the one that is executed because of not following the rules<br />Squealer the one that follows <br />Napoleon<br />
  10. 10. Napoleon<br /><ul><li>The selfish corrupt pig</li></ul>Squealer<br /><ul><li>Convinces the animals that Napoleon is always right
  11. 11. Has control to change the commandments</li></ul>Snowball<br /><ul><li>Want to take control but never got the chance</li></li></ul><li>Totalitarianism Government<br />Corrupted<br />It did not make life better for the animals<br />The pigs became worse than the humans who were in control<br />
  12. 12. Four legs are good, but two legs are better<br /><ul><li>New commandment
  13. 13. The pigs and animals realized the farm was fine the way it was in the beginning</li>

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