Animal Farm was first published on August 17, 1945. It was writen during world war II but no publisher would publish it until after, because Russia might turn on engand instead.
Old Major, a prize winning boar called a meeting in the barn while mr. Jones and Mrs. jones were sleeping. Major said these seven commandments: 1. whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy, 2. whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings is a friend, 3. no animal shall wear clothes, 4. no animal shall drink acohol, 5. no animal shall kill another animal, 6. no animal shall sleep in a bed, 7. ALL ANIMALS ARE EQUAL. he also said that they were being mistreated, so he wanted to uprise against mr. Jones which is going to be called a revolution. After, they sang a song called the Beasts of England which woke up mr. Jones. He didn't know what was going on, but then when he fired his gun all went silent; all the animals went back to their stalls. The next three days Major had died of natural causes. Two leaders had appeared which were Napoleon who acted as Stalin, and Snowball which acted a Trotsky. Eventually, Snowball and Napoleon carried out their orders which were to begin the revolution....!!
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