Comparing Animal Farm And Brave New World

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Manipulative Government Officials Totalitarian- of or pertaining to a centralized government that does not tolerate parties of differing opinion and that exercises dictatorial control over many aspects of life. Animal Farm by George Orwell and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley both have strong governments, influential people, and gullible citizens that can be debated on. The similarities and differences between these two extraordinary classics will be discussed throughout this paper. What’s so wrong about a totalitarian government? Having no democracy, no individualism, and no intelligence are just some things are wrong and occur when having a totalitarian government. The innocent citizens in both of these totalitarian novels believe what the…show more content…
In Brave New World, the government practically has control of every citizen. It controls how fertilization will occur, what the children will learn, and what people think is right. The government keeps a tight leash on its citizens by conditioning them to take soma whenever they feel uncertain; that’s their way of mind controlling everyone. On the other hand, the pigs in Animal Farm started off with a shaky government, Mr. Jones. The animals overthrew Mr. Jones and the pigs became the leaders of the farm. They quickly established their dominance by saying that they were the intelligent ones and creating the 7 commandments in which the animals had to abide by. In making the animals “...[work] hard and [live] frugally” and saying that anyone who

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