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Animal Farm Plot: Summary...

Animal Farm is a novel by George Orwell. Published in England on 17 August 1945, the book reflects events leading up to and during the Stalin era before World War II. Orwell, a democratic socialist, and a member of the Independent Labour Party for many years, was a critic of Joseph Stalin, and was suspicious […]

Animal Farm ISU Monologue...

Comrades, our Windmill has fallen in the night and crushed our crop but not our spirits. Our great leader, Napoleon, has discovered the treacherous Snowball, like an owl, has come in the night and under the cover of the wicked storm and laid waste to our marvel of work. Do not fear comrades, this heinous […]

Animal Farm Essay

Throughout George Orwell’s novel, Animal Farm, the accumulation of power results from language and the use of rhetoric. Through language and the authority of words, the expulsion of Mr. Jones transpires and the undemocratic ascension of Napoleon’s dictatorship is made possible. The remarkable rhetorical and articulation ability of the pigs and their skillful manipulation of […]

The White Squall Essay

The movie “White Squall” takes place in the 1960s upon the schooner “Albatross”. Thirteen boys from across the United States were collectively brought together for an eight month stay upon the boat to be educated and hopefully find direction in their lives. Under the guidance of Christopher “Skipper” Sheldon and his wife Dr. Alice Sheldon, […]

The Role of the Teacher A...

1) In this essay the author is asserting the notion that “penny-pinching school boards” are the real ones to blame and not the teachers whom are often the easiest to confront. The poor judgement and many cut backs placed on teachers by their respective school boards create the appearance of mediocrity on the behalf of […]

George Orwell’s: Politics

The thesis of this essay can be divided into two portions which co-exist throughout the essay and are frequently used to support each other. In the introduction of the essay Mr. Orwell’s explains that modern English writers have a multitude of malicious tendencies which have been spread throughout all contexts of writing. He offers the […]

Green Grass, Running Wate...

George Morningstar. Like the man who he alludes to, General Custer, George Morningstar posses an American patriotism that borderlines insanity. His zeal for American superiority blinds him to different perspectives on anything pertaining or challenging America’s supremacy. His brutal abuse of Latisha and undermining of Native traditions could be an analogue to General Custer’s motives […]