Animal Farm by Orwell

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Having so much power is not always a positive aspect in life. In Animal Farm by Orwell a character named Napoleon is an overpowering dictator he is also corrupted by power. Napoleon is an example of someone corrupted by power because he kills, manipulates and cares only for himself. Napoleon kills other animals to maintain power.

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Animal Farm by Orwell Danny BarreraMr. Hedell/ Ms. JungEnglish 1 Period 325 March 2013Having so much power is not always a positive aspect in life. In Animal Farm by Orwell a character named Napoleon is an overpowering dictator he is also corrupted by power. Napoleon is an example of someon

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