To supplement the full text version of George Orwell's Animal Farm, listen to the SparkNotes Guide for Animal Farm.
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"A wise, compassionate, and illuminating fable of our times....The steadiness and lucidity of Orwell's merciless wit are reminiscent of Anatole France and even of Swift." (The New York Times Book Review)
The opening essay is very interesting, and gives great insight and perspective on a classic. The narrator is phenomenal, giving an extra depth to otherwise one dimensional characters. While the characters are purposely written as tropes, the subtle change and variety the narrator gives each character makes it entirely more poignant.
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Another of those books I never should have waited so long to listen to. You'll understand why George Orwell is so highly-regarded as an author once you finish this, and the performance by Ralph Cosham was top notch.
The narrator is great but the story itself wasn't all that amazing. It was written nicely but I found myself guessing the outcomes of situations over and over again.
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Orwell did a masterful job painting this allegory, drawn with a mix of good humor and stark horror.
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