by George Orwell
The animals on Mr. Jones's farm stage a successful revolution, and take the place over. Their hopes, their plans, and their achievements form the subject of Animal Farm. In the first flush of enthusiasm there is set up a great commandment, "All animals are equal," but unfortunately leadership devolves almost automatically on the pigs, who are on a higher intellectual level than the rest. The revolution begins to go wrong—yet at every step excellent excuses are always forthcoming for each perversion of the original doctrine.
Centennial Edition with a new forward by Ann Patchett
Used with the Paths of Progress: High School Extension.
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