The novel Animal Farm by George Orwell was a very .
interesting, complex, and informing novel.
novel, George Orwell uses farm animals to portray .
people of power and the common people during the .
Russian Revolution. The novel starts off with .
Major explaining to all the animals in the farm .
how they are being treated wrongly and how they .
can over throw their owner, Mr. Jones. They .
finally gang up on their owner and he leaves the .
farm. Then they start their own farm with their .
own rules and commandments. Originally the two .
people in charge of the "Animal Farm", which they .
titled it, were Napoleon and Snowball. Napoleon .
was really greedy and wanted all the power to be .
his, so he got the animals to turn on Snowball and .
make him leave the farm. After Napoleon took over .
the pigs started disobeying the commandments that .
the pigs, as well as all the other animals, .
organized and wrote down at the beginning of their .
take over. Soon the pigs have disobeyed, and/or .
changed every law there was from the beginning, .
and the pigs start acting and looking like humans. .
After that "Animal Farm" slowly starts to loose .
power and Mr. Jones takes back over. This is a .
style analysis of Animal Farm. .
Diction, language and imagery are three important .
elements in a style analysis. A word choice that .
is used a lot in the novel is "rebellion". .
Rebellion is a word used instead of a revolution .
or a war. Another word that is used a lot in the .
novel is "comrade". Comrade means an intimate .
friend or associate. Comrade is used in that form .
in the novel, instead of saying that someone was .
their friend the animals called him their comrade. .
""No, comrades, a thousand times no!""(p. 28), .
that quote was used when one of the animals is .
expressing to his friends that they will no longer .
take what man has to offer. Personification is the .
attribution of human characteristics to something .
that is not human. The word "enemy" is a .
personification, because it is a not human word .