Pride And Hypocrisy In Animal Farm By George Orwell
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In George Orwell's "Animal Farm," there are several examples of Napoleon falling prey to his own evils of pride and hypocrisy. Originally, Napoleon had the good idea of releasing all the animals from the humans and creating an Animal Farm. Instead, he became a tyrant and a dictator and created a social hierarchy.
In "Animal Farm," the pigs come up with a fantastic idea to make the society much better. The pigs had great ideas to make all animals equal and turn the society into a more balanced system. However, the pigs couldn't go through with it because Napoleon takes control, but not in the way the rest of the pigs desire. Napoleon became too prideful and thought his place in the hierarchy was much higher than the others. For example, he