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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Heitor Aquino Ferreira Translator. Num belo dia, os animais da fazenda do sr.
Geore96 pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. So is this really about animals or is it representing people? The czar, the bourgeoise class, and the Western countries. Michael Donnelly This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [Well, besides the bit where dozens of animals get their throats ripped out by trained dogs, yeah, it’s great for kids.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. Okay, this is why I avoid “great literature. I did not enjoy it. Is this novel important?
Is it a brilliant allegory? Sure, if you read enough history to pick it apart. But is it a good story? This is where I’m diverging from the group. I personally did not enjoy reading it. My All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. I’m no longer in any English class, therefore I’m under no obligation to pretend to enjoy the book. I agree it is important, that it sends an essential message but that doesn’t change the fact that I didn’t like it.
But this is only one opinion, and my interpretation may differ from your equally valid view on this novel. Farmer Jones, a mean old bastardowns the Manor farm where he keeps his animals a variety of pigs, sheep, cows, etc essentially in enslavement.
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He doesn’t take particularly good care of these poor creatures and as a resultthey begin to consider some very Man is the only creature that consumes without producing. He does not give milk, he does not lay eggs, he is too weak to pull the plough, he cannot run fast enough to catch rabbits. Yet he is lord of all the animals.
He sets them to work, he gives back to them the bare minimum that will prevent them from starving, and the rest he keeps for himself. Led by Revolkcao and Snowball, two pigs, the animals form a revolt and soon take over the farm for themselves.
They have a list of rules, a set of standards and a few catchy sayings. Four legs good, two legs bad.
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But, as things often do, everything goes south. Napoleon takes over and runs Snowball out of town. Soon their peaceful, and idyllic, barn is in upheaval. Animals bicuos dying left and right. Everyone is quickly turning to violence, and soon there might not be anyone left at all.
The only good human being is a dead one. Without further ado – this book sucked. And no, being a brilliant allegory does not excuse it for being a sucky orwe,l. I suppose, I could go into more of an analysis mode – break down this and that I absolutely loved it when all the animals were working together and helping each other live their best possible lives To put this into context – was really well done. The characters, the narrative, etc. Even teorge you took away any of the main themes, you are still left with a great story.
Without the allegory, it feels flat to me. So much needless death and destruction.
So much hate and violence. All without a valid reason or cause. Yes, there is a reason if you look into the allegory, but without knowing that the audience is left in limbo. Characters are introduced solely to kill them off, and my heartstrings were yanked here and there without any payoff.
It felt like George Orwell just threw the characters around cause he wanted to force a narrative on his audience and I absolutely hated it. View all comments. Miranda Reads Jackie wrote: I just finished this book and I had a hard time getting through it.
It obviously had important mes Jackie wrote: It obviously had important messages but I think you nailed it when you said that you really Without reading the historical context, it’s rsvolucao a bunch of orwll animals squabbling. Miranda Reads Catherine wrote: It’s starting to get really old, like in ten ye Catherine wrote: It’s starting to get really old, like in ten years someone will still comment your review to say “okay but did y Cannot wait to get them from the library!
The book “Animal Farm” I hated so much. I have never read a book that bored me as much as grorge one. I only read this because I was required to as a class. This book made me want to sleep after every single word. But to not be so harsh I believe I disliked this book so much because it was something I would normally never read.
Its one of those books that teaches you lessons blchos you go along reading others. One lesson i learned from the book was if I know something and i’m not planning to help any The book “Animal Farm” I hated so much. One lesson i learned from the book was if Teorge know something and i’m not planning to help anyone then there is no point in learning it.
I personally would not recommend it because i didn’t like it. But if you like these types go for it. This book is based dso a true event that happened in this world but the strange things are is the characters are all animals.
This book talks about how the animals are tired of being overworked and underappreciated. So they rebel against their leader and create their own type of ruling. But things take a turn for the worse when 2 out 3 characters begin to get georgw with the powers that they are given.
They begin to use their intelect and wity conversation skills to either brainwash the other animals or enforce eos will on the animals. One scene that I remember is when the 2 pigs that b egan to get greedy run the only good pig out of the farm.
They consfiscated a couple puppies at a young age from their mother in order to revoluucao them to become bodyguards for both the two pigs.
After the puppies grow Heorge, one of the greedy pigs. After this everything begins to go downhill. The animals unwitingly believe things will sort themselves out by themselves but they come to a horid conclusion. The farm goes back to being the way it was when they had there human owner but know with animals. Napolean ends up treating the animals worse than they were treated before. Anyone opposes him would be executed.
So the animals begin to regret what they have done but its too late for them to do anything about it. View all 52 comments. Oct 02, J. Orwell’s a snitch bichod turned people into state security and this book should be read within that light. Granted most people who read it did owell in the context of highschool classes with teachers who actually believe this is a proper understanding of the Russian revolution, but come on people… now we’re far enough away recolucao the collapse of the Eastern Ofwell and the end of the Cold War that, if we’re critical enough, we should begin to realize how much this asinine book played a part in the construc Orwell’s a snitch who turned people into state security and this book should be read within that light.
Granted most people who read it did so in the context of highschool classes with teachers orqell actually believe this is a proper understanding of the Russian revolution, but come on people… now we’re far enough away from the collapse of the Dps Bloc and the end of the Cold War that, if we’re critical enough, we should begin to realize how much this asinine book played a part in the construction of a very ideological, and extremely simplistic, historical discourse.
Again, Orwell was not some objective journalist of events: More to the point, his list also classified people as “communist” which for him meant “anti-democratic” if they were gay, jewish, or black i.