#1
yes, yet another thread asking for assistance on my research paper =).

this time i need to compare animal farm to classic popular fables that share like similar morals i guess. I'm not too educated on fables so i was hoping you all had some ideas
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#2
Oh! Animal Farm is related to Charlotte's Web because:

-They both have pigs

-They probably share a whole bunch of other farm animals

-They both have talking animals!


I just aced your paper for you. You're welcome.
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#3
hak you didnt help at all, almost all fables have talking animals i need common morals
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#5
If one could deem the Russian Revolution a fable, I could help you out. Otherwise, I'm running short on ideas. Since, you know, the Russian Revolution is what Animal Farm is based on, I doubt I'll be much help.

Just google "Animal Farm Fable Similarities" or something along those lines.

Side note: Whoever made you read Animal Farm, thank them. It's a brilliant piece of work.
#6
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hak you didnt help at all, almost all fables have talking animals i need common morals





I'm sorry there aren't a bunch of fables satirizing Stalinist communism. Aesop must've missed that boat.


EDIT:


Quote by Chobes
Whats the moral of Animal Farm? I'm feeling lazy.



Communism is bad, and pigs are assholes.
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#7
actually i was looking into Aesop's for common morals but i'm not too familiar with his stuff =/
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#9
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Communism is bad, and pigs are assholes.


Yeah, don't know any fables that have to deal with that.
#10
Tell your teacher that he or she is an idiot for telling you to do that. Animal Farm seems like a fable to a person who doesn't know how to analyze literature but it's actually about the Russian Revolution and Communism not pretty magical animals that teach you a lesson. I read this book in eighth grade so I may not remember correctly though.
#11
Maybe with The Call of the Wild?
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#12
maggot, that is the main argument of my paper, and i couldnt think of a better counterargument than to talk about it being just a fable. i know very well what it satirizes
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#13
tbh the cold war didnt produce to many anti-communist fables

i guess you could use Red Dawn =]
#14
You can't compare Animal Farm (a satire) to fables (which teach morals), without superficial crap like "they both have pigs." They have completely different purposes and messages, and the assignment sounds BS to me.
#15
Look at Dr. Seuss.




In all seriousness, I don't know any fables that relate to/are similar to Animal Farm. Good luck finding some..
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