Is Animal Farm by George Orwell a silent protest against the Russian Revolution? I am correcting an essay about Animal Farm, and someone called it a silent protest. I am not sure whether I should correct it. Just a brief overview of Animal Farm for those of you who have read it years ago and for those who never read it:
The book is a parallel to the Russian Revolution. Basically everything that happens is based on the USSR. Orwell wrote the book as a satire and mocking of the Russian Revolution. It was his way to protest what was going on.