These two movies, Macbeth and Animal Farm well describe a possessiveness of each protagonist; Macbeth and Napoleon. Macbeth makes much of Lady Macbeth, and he killed King Duncan with Lady Macbeth’s help to be the king of Scotland. On the other hand, Napoleon raises the abject seven dogs as his children to train his force, and he expels Snow ball to be the reader of Animal farm with his seven dogs. Also, he uses his seven dogs to kill a traitor.
Subsequently, when Macbeth comes to the throne, he uses the citizen or soldier with his authority to kill the people who have relation with King Duncan. On the other hand, in the Animal Farm, Napoleon re-built his rule on the same wall that Snowball had previously built. “All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others” Throughout these parts, the both writers describes the dictatorship on that period.
Moreover, the cycle of power being passed from humans to pigs, which represents someone who is always willing to be in control of others. For example, the pigs are greedy for power and want to be in control of the other animals. In addition, to represents the cycle of the power, Fleance stops at the witch’s place that Macbeth had previously stop because of the song of the witch at the end of the movie Macbeth.
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Animal Farm links
- Animal Farm truamitized my 9 year old self!!
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