Animal Farm throw light on human nature

How far does the story of Animal Farm throw light on human nature? The comment that the story of Animal Farm Represents the social differences of human society in Animal Farm.

Introduction: The man is by nature, ambitious. He always wishes to outdo others. He wants to enjoy superiority over others. The doctrine of absolute equality does not please himself.

He believes in racial discrimination. The entire human society is divided into classes. The conception of a classless society is simply theoretical. These very things have a way of a fairy story of animals. He chooses all the imaginary characters.

Mr. Jones, the Manor Farm, the Animal Farm, Pilkington, Frederick, Whymper are all unreal. The animal he has described are also imaginary. He has named them after the fashion of human beings.

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 How far does Animal Farm throw on human nature

Inequality regarding food: It is a known fact that some men eat in plenty while others have to starve. The something we find between other animals. The pigs take milk, apples, alcohol, etc., They eat barley. But the animals like horses, cows, sheep, etc. almost starve.

Animal Farm throw light on human nature
Animal Farm throw light on human nature

Inequality regarding residence: Just as some men live in big buildings and others live in slums, in the same way, the pigs are five in the farm buildings while the other animals are living in the open yard. The pigs sleep on the beds. The other animals sleep on the earth.

Comment that the story of Animal Farm

The exploitation: Some men do not have to work. They live out the blood and sweat of others. They exploit others. The same we find in connection with the pigs in Animal Farm. The pigs and the dogs do not work. They live on the labor of the other animals.

Represents the social differences of human society in Animal Farm

The killing of the innocent animals: In Animal Farm we see that under the guise of law, Napolean gets the innocent animals killed. Similarly, some cunning men slaughter poor and innocent persons. They so pose that the death penalties are legal. This discrimination between man and man is well explained in the words of Pilkington. “If you have your lower animals to contend with, we have our lower classes.”

Saurabh  Nissa

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