Animal Farm - George Orwell (Paperback)

Animal Farm - George Orwell  (Paperback)

Animal Farm - George Orwell (Paperback)

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Product details

    • ASIN :  0143416316

    • Publisher :  Penguin India; Fourth edition (15 March 2011)

    • Language :  English

    • Paperback :  104 pages

    • ISBN-10 :  9780143416319

    • ISBN-13 :  978-0143416319

    • Item Weight :  59 g

    • Dimensions :  24.4 x 0.9 x 11.1 cm

    • Country of Origin :  India

    • Condition : New


Animal Farm by George Orwell is an allegorical work of fiction. Depicting rising revolt among the animals, who wish to take over the humans, the author wrote one of the best satire of the era. Animals, who live in Mr. Jones farm are tired of serving human and find it very exploiting as they use animals for all their needs. Rebellion starts on the day when Mr. Jones forgets to feed the animals. Under the charge of two pigs: Napoleon and Snowball, animals thus plan to invade humans and take over the farm.

The attempt is initiated by changing the farm's name to ‘Animal Farm'. Agenda raised was to seek benefits to four legged animals and other animals of the farm, for which they selected ideals, who got corrupted with passing time. The book reflects incidents and events that led to Russian Revolution in 1917, followed by Soviet Union's Stalinist Era. George Orwell, who was a democratic socialist was in opposition of Joseph Stalin and Moscow-directed Stalinism, result to which is a book like Animal farm- one of his best satirical fiction novel.

About the author:

Eric Arthur Blair aka George Orwell was born in 25 June 1903. He was an English essayist, critic, novelist and journalist. His area of focus was awareness of social injustice and democratic socialism, while he was in opposition of dictatorship. His works includes literary criticism, fiction, poetry and polemical journalism. Best known for the dystopian novel: Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949) and Animal Farm (1945), George Orwell was ranked the second greatest British writers since 1945 by The Times.

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