Misanthropic Attitude of George Orwell’s Animal Farm: from Revolution to Rehabilitation

  • Sami Ullah Khan Vice Principal, GHS Sial Bhakkar
  • Dr. Abdus Samad Assistant Professor, Department of English, Kohat University of Science and Technology, Kohat
  • Amar Yasir DHAP Sial
Keywords: Misanthropy, George Orwell, Animal Form, Revelation, Rehabilitation

Abstract

This paper aims to focus on finding and highlighting the misanthropic aspects and their effects on the characters in the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell. The misanthropic perspectives in the novel have been premeditated deeply. Misanthropy has been implemented on the characters. The characters like, Old Major, Napoleon, Squealer, and others have been studied to manifest the misanthropic attitudes in it. Old major is the father of misanthropy in the novel Animal Farm and gives the idea of rehabilitation in the animals' lives and Napoleon accomplishes it. The disgusting behavior of the animals leads to revolution. Misanthropy affects humans' lives and they become homeless. The findings of the paper are that the animals possess disgusting behavior against humans. The paper concludes that the whole novel is replete with misanthropy and it is the very aspect that has been probed by this article. Eventually, misanthropy proves to be a nightmarish dream for animals of the Animal Farm and a complete disillusionment they expect from the revolution.

Published
2021-03-07
How to Cite
Sami Ullah Khan, Dr. Abdus Samad, & Amar Yasir. (2021). Misanthropic Attitude of George Orwell’s Animal Farm: from Revolution to Rehabilitation. Research Journal of Social Sciences and Economics Review (RJSSER), 2(1), 168-173. https://doi.org/10.36902/rjsser-vol2-iss1-2021(168-173)