The argument that which excerpt from George Orwell’s Animal Farm better exemplifies a theme can be hard to make, because they are very different works. In Animal Farm, Orwell uses the metaphor of an empire as the metaphor for society. In 1984, Orwell uses another metaphor in the context of how we should treat the political system in his book.
When comparing what an empire is like with how we handle our political system, it seems like Animal Farm was more about how people would rule their empires. In Animal Farm, the government and the ruling class all live in one place and are constantly surrounded by a group of people who want to be ruled by them.
In 1984, the Empire is not an empire. They have no territory, but a single city-state. All over the world, there are people who live under the thumb of their ruling classes. And most of those people hate them and despise them.
Orwell doesn’t explain why, but he does point out a pattern. He points out that we must change the way we govern ourselves and see ourselves. We must learn to trust the people who govern us and believe in them, even when they are the worst possible people.
Because of this, it seems like an example of good leadership. Of course, in Animal Farm, the government is so bad that the citizens can’t even talk back to them. In 1984, there is a strong anti-communist movement and people are willing to die for their revolution. It seems like that is why so many people love Animal Farm and dislike 1984.
It is hard to say which is better. But it is safe to say that both are very good examples of leadership, both in the sense of which an excerpt from George Orwell’s Animal Farm better exemplifies a given concept. There are many who think Animal Farm is better than 1984, but I would argue it depends on how you read the book and which idea you choose to follow.
One thing is clear – we all agree with George Orwell that Animal Farm is a masterpiece. I have to admit, there are people that are just too old fashioned to appreciate the book, but then again, for many, Animal Farm is the best example of how to govern our world. In a society where we constantly live in fear, we cannot be sure if someone else will take our place, we should always be wary of the person that will. We must be careful not to assume the best in them, but always look to see what they are doing that makes them the best, and take note of where they went wrong.
So, which excerpt from George Orwell’s Animal Farm better exemplifies a concept? That one has to be decided for yourself. But both are still very good for example. Just remember, the best leaders are those who don’t judge themselves, who listen to their hearts, and trust in the people who lead them.
In the same vein, we should always be open to the ideas that others have about what is the best way to go about things. And while some people would say that some of the people who write on such topics are just out to manipulate others and use their ideas, those people could be right. But at least we have good examples of what they are saying and how to go about it.
In Animal Farm, George Orwell writes about how the government controls our lives. People are told exactly what to do, how much food to eat, what we can and cannot eat, what our jobs are, what religion to follow, what our families should be, how to behave, etc. And of course, we are told to follow the rules. But of course, all this comes from the same people who tell us how to act.
We have seen this same thing in the political arena, and in the same country, in places such as China. In such situations, you must remember that there are leaders that are telling people what to do, while those who lead us to say what is best.
Which of these two examples from Animal Farm better exemplifies a concept? This is a hard question to answer. Perhaps it depends on your point of view, but it is probably the one that is more important. and the one that we will discuss the most in the rest of this series.