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Animal Farm by George Orwell published by Harcourt, Brace, and Company, on the 17th of August 1945. I love this book because of its deeper meaning. The story is trying to show how people are being treated and how people can rise up and concur their, controllers.    Mr. Jones the owner of Manor Farm falls asleep in a drunken slumber all the animals meet in the barn at the request of old Major a 12-year-old pig give a speech about their human owner evil inflicted on them. He tells all the farm animals that they have to stand up to Mr. Jones and his crew because they are used almost to death and do not get the spoils of their work, they don’t get the milk they produce for their young, they don’t get the hay they work so hard to harvest. Major says he had a dream where animals ruled the world. Major teaches all the barn animals a song called “Beasts of England”. The old pig Major dies 3 days later. The animals plan a rebellion for 3 months. Napoleon, Snowball, and a pig named Squealer made up an idea called animalism an idea that animals were superior to humans and that humans are evil. There are 7 commandments that are the basic rules of the following animalism. Because they were the most intelligent, the pigs are placed in charge of educating the animals about animalism. Mr. Jones gets drunk and forgets to feed animals so they are all in barn and restless. Cows break into food barn and the humans find out and get whips and all attack the humans. The animals chase the humans out of the farm securing it for themselves. Now being the owners of the farm they gave out double rations for all.The pigs changed the name from Manor Farm to Animal Farm and created a Green flag to represent fields of England and White hooves for animals feet. They had Sunday meetings where they all discussed farm problems at the meetings, Snowball and Napoleon always voice the loudest opinions. However, their opinions always seemed to clash. Snowball comes up with a slogan “four legs good, two legs bad”. The animals had a hard time harvesting because there were only human tools. Two dogs Jessie and Bluebell had puppies that Napoleon takes them immediately because he believed they needed to be trained and taught. So he raises them in the loft of the barn away from everyone else. The then found out where the milk and apples we going. They were being mixed in with the pigs food because the pigs are “the leaders and the brain workers”.