The Seven Commandments In George Orwell's Animal Farm

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George Orwell’s novel Animal Farm, is an allegory about Joseph Stalin’s ascent to power and the Russian revolution. Mr. Jones is the farmer of Manor Farm in the allegory Animal Farm. Often during the story Mr. Jones is intoxicated. His drunkenness causes him to act cruel and unjust towards the animals at the farm. Eventually the animals decided to take action against Mr. Jones and overthrow him. This similar to the way Russians exiled the leader of Russia before Stalin took charge over Russia. After the animals overthrew Mr. Jones, the pigs of the farm took power. On the wall of the barn the animals wrote the seven commandments. One of these commandants said “all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others”. This clarifies Orwell’s