Social Construction of Reality: "Animal Farm" by George Orwell
In looking at Orwell's novel, Animal Farm, it is easily recognized that through wit and craft he has outlined, through animals living on a farm, playing respective roles, a critique of Stalin's rebellion towards communism. The end result, after the trial and error sessions of democracy and equal division of labor, is a theme is revealed that prevails in so much of today's society. Animal Farm is the story of a revolution gone sour. Animalism, Communism, and Fascism are all illusions which are used by the pigs as a means of satisfying their greed and lust for power. As each animal, through his or her innate abilities attempts to find their role in the society, the final commandment of the original seven written for the government, is not quite our motto of "liberty and justice for all." …
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