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  • Still A Great Read

    It reminded me of high school and my English teacher. It is a great easy to read book.

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  • Animal Farm

    Great fable, the working man ( or animal ) will always be exploited by the elites, capitalist or communist.

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  • Thoughful

    In this parable / fable Orwell offers a window towards a world where we all take (un)wilingly a part. Yet, freedom, liberty... Values or what exactly? … these pages might set a perspective ...

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  • A great story

    Although this book is short, it doesn’t disappoint. The characters of Jones and the humans are instantly dislikable; their cruelty crystal clear. With the animals freely liberated, the reader begins to feel hope for them, that their dream is achievable. As the book goes on, the reader begins to dislike Snowball and the pigs, the influence that they have over the other animals slowly becoming unhealthy. The tension is high when the animals protest and the reader feels sympathy for them when they are put down time and time again. The last part of the book leaves readers shocked and appalled. Complete with a moral warning, this book is both entertaining and thought provoking. Overall, a good book with emotions clear throughout its course and leaves readers thinking.

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  • mario

    Pessimo libronon mi piace affato annoia molto facilmente

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