George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm’ is a metaphorical tall tale which is significant in its judgments of totalitarian regimes. The novel investigates the ideas of publicity, totalitarianism and oppression affecting on the mistreated society with the utilization of animal characters to uncover the indecencies of misuse. Like Animal Farm, V for Vendetta directed by James McTeigue investigates practically identical idea through the principle character,V, who contradicts the possibility of uniqueness and the defiance of constrained conformity. Moreover, V for Vendetta’ is about defiance and opportunity from oppression, though, ‘Animal Farm’ starts with the turmoil of driving out the administration. Mcteigue and Orwell both reverberate with audience of people today by warning to the future society that an governing body can possibly end up nefarius because of failure to oversee too much power. To sum up we can compare and differentiate many concepts between this novella and film such as the setting, plot and theme.
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