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A wonderful Allegory!
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Reader reviewed by Matt Hill

Animal Farm is a political novel and an allegory of the Russian Revolution. George Orwell wrote this novel to be seen in two different lights: as a children's story, and a narrative of the Russian Revolution. The animals take over the farm from the abusive humans, and run it on their own for a while, led by the pigs, being the most intelligent animals. But, the animals later they realize that they have been tricked; the Pigs have slowly and slowly taken over the rule of the farm, gradually becoming more and more like the humans they struggled to over-throw. An excellent read, especially in you know anything about the Russian Revolution! Read George Orwell's classic novel today!
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