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Animal Farm

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Novel Title:Animal Farm  (click here)

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Summary: Fueled by Orwell's intense disillusionment with Soviet Communism, Animal Farm is a nearly perfect piece of writing, both an engaging story and an allegory that actually works. When the downtrodden beasts of Manor Farm oust their drunken human master and take over management of the land, all are awash in collectivist zeal. Everyone willingly works overtime, productivity soars, and for one brief, glorious season, every belly is full.
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Author:Orwell, George (view author links)
Word Count:30,210
Reading Level:7.20 (view readability test)
Age:12 to 14
Grade Levels:7 to 8
Year of Pub:1945  (View on Timeline)
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 Word Count: 2697  |  Reading Level: 6.1
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