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Transcript of Animal Farm
By: George Orwell
Discuss the importance of education as it evolves during the course of the novel. At the same time, address the distinctions that may be made between education and indoctrination.
At the beginning of the book the animals didn't really worry about having an education so this cause them to not be smart and easily fool able. The animals are starting to see that an education could help them, but most of the them are more worried about work rather than education. Half way through the book the animals are scrambling trying to learn how to read and write, because they want to be able to read the seven commandments. This isn't really successful. The animals are starting to give up on trying to get an education and start trusting what the pigs are saying, not knowing they are being tricked to believe every thing. In the end of the book the animals have Benjamin read the new commandment that they couldn't read or knew it was there, but most of the animals start to notice that they have been indoctrinated by the pigs the whole time. By: Briana HIll