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    All around the world happen, everyday, such inexplicable situations which remind to the affected population of the unpredictable nature of life. In fact, it is impossible to control everything progression, especially when this thing is destiny.

    What happened on that Sunday morning in that England farm represents one of these unexpected events. Before that historic day, nobody would imagine that such a situation could occur. Mr. Jones, his wife and all his employees must leave their own farm because of their animals' behaviour towards them. According to them, one cow broke in the door of the store-shed with her horn and all the animals began to help themselves from the bins. In spite of Mr. Jones and his employees' intervention, they didn't success to take up again the control over those beasts. Those men tried to calm the animals down by lashing out in all direction. In no time, roles were reversed. Every present animal in that farm flung themselves upon their tormentors. Jones and his men suddenly found themselves being butted and kicked from all sides. The situation was quite out of their control. They had never seen animals behave like this before! This sudden uprising of creatures whom they were used to control frightened them almost out of their wits. Thus, they gave up trying to defend themselves and took their heels. Their next action was not surprising because of their particular situation at that point. All five of them were in full flight down the cart-track that led to the main road, with the animals pursuing them.

    At that time, because of that terror feeling they felt in the deeper part of their respective body, they could not explain their animals reaction by that sunny summer day. However, on second thoughts, they remembered that this morning, their completely failed in their job by forgetting to feed their beasts because of some mysterious events they refused to comment on. We learned from their neighbouring that Mr. Jones had become much disheartened after losing money in a lawsuit, and had taken to drinking more than was good for him. So, thanks to that fact, we could suppose that those unknown events were related with Jones' drink habit.

    In conclusion, the only information we succeed to put a hand on is that nobody bothering to feed the animals... So it was hungry animals which attacked those poor people. According to me, this is a sufficient raison to provoke what I will call from now the Wild Rebellion.



    He must have a fertile imagination to write such a story. Giving to animals some human characteristics and developing in depth everyone’s character is not an easy thing to do. However, George Orwell carried out that huge task with brilliance. Through his characters behaviour, this famous author popularized one of the most important twenty century realities, a historic event. He allowed, thanks to his talent, the population to understand that complex phenomenon. By reading this book, through its lines, you will be opening up to the out-side world, to realize some international stakes and their raison d’etre. You will get the timeliness to solve some previous and actual conflicts, to analyze them and their relevance. In brief, you will grow up on your moral aspect. Your world comprehension will improve and become more profound. You will discover every Russian Revolution and communist government applications secrets…



    Why apples and milk are pigs ownership?
    The Rebellion was make in order that the animals production return to them. It’s a well-known fact that Humans represent the only land being to use without produce a single thing. All this goes to show that the Rebellion was justified from that poor beasts which behaved as slaves towards Humans. However, a contradictory situation occurred. Every single milk drop and apples are pigs ownership although there are cows and trees production! My own view of this is that all this goes against the Rebellion purposes.
    On the one hand, why these things belong to pigs and not to everybody. Of course, the vitamins they contain are essential to their brain development. However, every animal get that organ and deserve that it develops till its maximal level. Compared with pigs, dogs are not so idiot! That animal race which manipulates the others forces its company on them and retorts that pigs should be that superior quality food owners to see the farm production through. This is lie. Pigs can’t do a single thing without the other animal. They are the production basis and they deserve exactly the same food as pigs.
    Therefore, there is no good reason to explain that incomprehensible situation. Apples and milk are every animals ownership in reality. Arguments which prove the opposite don’t exist. This is only pigs complaint because they are so smart that they behave like Humans. Do animals want to come back to their initial slave position? I don’t think so…


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    Quote Originally Posted by EMAIL REMOVED - Send PM to This User Instead View Post

    All around the world happen, everyday, such inexplicable situations which remind to the affected population of the unpredictable nature of life. In fact, it is impossible to control everything progression, especially when this thing is destiny.
    Is life unpredictable?





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    Could you correct my texts quickly please? I really need help...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EMAIL REMOVED - Send PM to This User Instead View Post
    What happened on that Sunday morning on that English farm represents one of these unexpected events.
    What do you mean by "represents one of these unexpected events"?



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    What kind of symbolism does George Orwell use in Animal Farm?

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    ALL ANIMALS ARE EQUAL, BUT SOME ANIMALS ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS.

    When the animals take over the farm, they think it is the start of a better life. Their dreams are of a world where all animals are equal and all property is shared. But soon the pigs take control and one of them, Napoleon, becomes the leader of all the animals. One by one the principles of the revolution are abandoned until the animals have even less freedom than before.
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    take to their heels.

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    In your own words, what is Animal Farm about?


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    Please do not make any changes to the original post. Instead, post any revisions in a new post.


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    Red face Correction of a litterature question for 23-02-2009

    Could you correct these texts about Animal Farm booK? Quickly please because this work is for 23-02-2009. Thank you...

    He must have a fertile imagination to write such a story. Giving to animals some human characteristics and developing in depth everyone’s character is not an easy thing to do. However, George Orwell carried out that huge task with brilliance. Through his characters behaviour, this famous author popularized one of the most important twenty century realities, a historic event. He allowed, thanks to his talent, the population to understand that complex phenomenon. By reading this book, through its lines, you will be opening up to the out-side world, to realize some international stakes and their raison d’etre. You will get the timeliness to solve some previous and actual conflicts, to analyze them and their relevance. In brief, you will grow up on your moral aspect. Your world comprehension will improve and become more profound. You will discover every Russian Revolution and communist government applications secrets…

    Why apples and milk are pigs ownership?
    The Rebellion was make in order that the animals production return to them. It’s a well-known fact that Humans represent the only land being to use without produce a single thing. All this goes to show that the Rebellion was justified from that poor beasts which behaved as slaves towards Humans. However, a contradictory situation occurred. Every single milk drop and apples are pigs ownership although there are cows and trees production! My own view of this is that all this goes against the Rebellion purposes.
    On the one hand, why these things belong to pigs and not to everybody. Of course, the vitamins they contain are essential to their brain development. However, every animal get that organ and deserve that it develops till its maximal level. Compared with pigs, dogs are not so idiot! That animal race which manipulates the others forces its company on them and retorts that pigs should be that superior quality food owners to see the farm production through. This is lie. Pigs can’t do a single thing without the other animal. They are the production basis and they deserve exactly the same food as pigs.
    Therefore, there is no good reason to explain that incomprehensible situation. Apples and milk are every animals ownership in reality. Arguments which prove the opposite don’t exist. This is only pigs complaint because they are so smart that they behave like Humans. Do animals want to come back to their initial slave position? I don’t think so…

    Such inexplicable situations happen everyday all around the world, which remind the affected population of the unpredictable nature of life. In fact, it is impossible to control the progress of everything, especially when it is destiny.

    What happened on that Sunday morning in that English farm is an example of one of these unexpected events. Before that historic day, nobody would imagine that such a situation could occur. Mr. Jones, his wife and all his employees must leave their own farm because of their animals' behaviour towards them. According to them, one cow broke in the door of the store-shed with her horn and all the animals began to help themselves from the bins. In spite of Mr. Jones and his employees' intervention, they didn't pay off to take up again the control over those furious beasts. All men tried to calm the animals down by lashing out in all direction. In no time, roles were reversed. Every present animal in this farm flung themselves upon their tormentors. Jones and his men suddenly found themselves being butted and kicked from all sides. The situation was quite out of their control. They had never seen animals behave like that before! This sudden uprising of the creatures whom they were used to control frightened them almost out of their wits. Thus, they gave up trying to defend themselves and took to their heels. Their next action was not surprising because of their particular situation at that point. All five of them were in full flight down the cart-track that led to the main road, with the animals pursuing them.

    At that time, because of that terror feeling they felt in the deeper part of their respective body, they could not explain their animals’ reaction in that sunny summer day. However, on second thoughts, they remembered that this morning, they completely failed in their job by forgetting to feed their beasts because of some mysterious events they refused to comment on. We learned from their neighbouring that Mr. Jones had become much disheartened after losing money in a lawsuit, and had taken to drinking more than was good for him. So, thanks to that fact, we might suppose that those unknown events were related to Jones' drink habit.

    In conclusion, the only information we found is that nobody bothering to feed the animals... So it was hungry animals which attacked those poor people. According to me, this is a sufficient raison to provoke what I will call from now on “the Wild Rebellion”.

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    I think that you expect too much from us.

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