Book Review Of "Animal Farm"

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The book my speech is animal farm at first I chose this book because I heard it was about 60 pages long but as I read the book I was blown away by each page. The way the author of the book (George Orwell) wrote the book was amazing at first glance it appears to be a book about animals on a farm but the more you read the more you see that the book is about animal’s on a farm but at the same time isn’t. I can now see why this book is consisted a classic amongst man. The author skills that were displayed in the book was that on par with a devil, at first glance we are lead to believe what the author wants us to believe but then when we sell our souls he will show us what he really means. How you may ask? The author uses the animals to symbolize the true characters but the most amazing thing about the author was that each character’s avatars were the true representation of the person right down to the characteristics on the person also he uses the nature of the animals to insult the characters, the author not only insult the person by doing this he also tells us who the real character truly are. Like I said this author Is a genius like no other but to truly understand what the author is saying you would have to do some research on the author (George Orwell) by doing research about the author like where he’s born and when he was born these are small things that show us the era the author was in and by doing...

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