Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Free Essays - Animal Farm :: Animal Farm

An English writer by the name of George Orwell published a set aside in 1943, c all in alled animal Farm. In the eyes of Mr. Orwell, the sole purpose of the book was to expose the Soviet myth of Russias acclaimed socialist utopia in a way that almost anyone skunk comprehend. The simplicity of language in the book and the usage of animals to convey the message made it a prime candidate for a cartoon version and and then one was created. This essay will look at the differences between the book Animal Farm and its cartoon adaptation. The three criteria which will be employ as a basis of comparison be characterization, exposition and theme.The book Animal Farm, is an allegory of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the events that followed shortly after. In order for the proofreader to be able to get a firm grasp on the conditions in Russia before, during and after the revolution, George Orwell took great care in ensuring that the all the characters in the book could easily be ident ified with their Russian revolution counterpart. While reading the book, one should easily be able tell the parallel personality for for each one character because of George Orwells very accurate descriptions of the characters. As a result, a great deal of characterization is visible in most parts of the book, as he is constantly building upon the characters.The depiction Animal Farm on the other hand is quite different. In the movie, very little time (relative to the book) is pass on developing the characters. In some instances during the movie we discover that there are some characters in the book that are not mentioned in the movie (e.g. Molly and Mrs. Jones). Also, in Animal Farm the movie, there is little dialogue among the animals, unlike the book. In the book, it is this dialogue that really helps us understand the type of governance in Russia at the time. If someone were to watch the movie but never read the book, it would probably be a lot harder to see the relationship to the Russian revolution. In the book, some of the instances that occur in Animal Farms exposition play important roles later on in the book. At the start of the book you are introduced to a flurry of thoughts and ideas that are very instrumental throughout the remainder of the book. The exposition begins with Old Major, telling the animals of a dream he has in which all animals are free from the oppressive human regime and equal amongst each other.

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