George Orwell’s Animal Farm is a short novel written during World War II and published in 1945. It tells the story of a group of farm animals who revolt against their keeper. They want to create a place where all animals are treated equally and where they can be free and happy. However, they are eventually betrayed by one of them, and the farm returns to its previous state.
The narrative is an allegory, which means the author intended it to symbolize true events. It is one of the most well-known political allegories. It is based on the betrayal of the Russian Revolution by Joseph Stalin.
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