Pilkington and Frederick, the human owners of neighboring farms, represent various world leaders during the time of the revolution, and the occurrences that happened between them and Russia, or between Animal Farm and the other farms. In a way, Major is associated with Lenin of the Russian Revolution, the opportunist who brought and initiated the communist way of life on this land when it needed a new system-of-thought to help it's troubled economy and the way-of-life it's people were forced to live out every day.
The body of criticism relating to the novel is among the greatest of twentieth century literature.
The food is scarce, the leadership is harsh and unruly, the world-load is hard, and the conditions of life for the common animals had changed for the worse. Under Stalin the Russian people were oppressed further despite his claims of freedom and liberty for those who cooperated.
Political Satire in Animal Farm George Orwell, author of the highly acclaimed Animal Farm, wrote this fable in hopes of informing not only children, but also the population as a whole, of his views on the Russian Revolution and the rise of communism in that nation.
The characters, settings, and the plots are the same.
You can look at this story as a fairy tale about the animals, … Revolution. Animal Farm and the Russian Revolution have many similarities and ideas.