Orwell ends the novel with a depiction of the pigs which underlines their resemblance to corrupt world leaders who play fast and loose with resources essential to both human citizens and animals. In this closing passage the pigs are shown playing cards with farmers and fighting with them over cheating. Orwell’s description makes it clear to the other farm animals that the pigs have come to mimic t... more

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The pigs are shown to be corrupt by the pigs control the animals by preventing them questioning their decisions. They continuously change the rhetoric of the farms history to suit their needs and narrative

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