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Beasts of England from Animal Farm by George Orwell

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Animal Farm Beasts of England song

Old Major delivers a speech to all the farm animals. He points out that their lives are difficult, full of hardship and that they live in slavery because of the way Farmer Jones treats them. According to Old Major 'All men are enemies. All animals are equal' and one day there will be a rebellion. He then teaches the animals a song called 'Beasts of England'. The song is about animals overthrowing man and being free.

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George Orwell 's allegorical novel Animal Farm contains various anthems adopted by the eponymous farm, most notably the original anthem "Beasts of England" and its later replacement "Comrade Napoleon". The new song "Comrade Napoleon" praises Napoleon and doesn't represent freedom at all. This change is used to show the corruption of the principles of the animals' rebellion by Animal Farm's leader Napoleon. Their replacement by different anthems reflects how these ideologies were arguably distorted by Stalin and Napoleon and thus had to be replaced and suppressed. The development corresponds to the historical events of , when Joseph Stalin had The Internationale , previously the anthem of the Soviet Union , replaced with a new, more patriotic national anthem.

George Orwell 's allegorical novel Animal Farm contains various anthems adopted by the eponymous farm, most notably the original anthem "Beasts of England" and its later replacement "Comrade Napoleon". The new song "Comrade Napoleon" praises Napoleon and doesn't represent freedom at all. This change is used to show the corruption of the principles of the animals' rebellion by Animal Farm's leader Napoleon. Their replacement by different anthems reflects how these ideologies were arguably distorted by Stalin and Napoleon and thus had to be replaced and suppressed. The development corresponds to the historical events of , when Joseph Stalin had The Internationale , previously the anthem of the Soviet Union , replaced with a new, more patriotic national anthem. However, while "Beasts of England" was outlawed in the novel, The Internationale was not banned by the Soviet Union at any time and remained as the anthem of the Communist Party. In the book, the pig Old Major explains his dream of an animal-controlled society three nights before his death.

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