Best Animal Farm Quotes by George Orwell

Memorable Animal Farm Quotes

 

Memorable Animal Farm Quotes By George Orwell

Numerous Animal Farm quotes make this fairy story even better.

Every book is a film, and the author’s quotes in it are basically the dialogues that make a story complete. And I must say, amongst the many books you’ve read, there must be a memorable quote which you speak or relate to more often than the others.

After all, “nothing haunts us like the things we don’t say.”

“Four legs good, two legs bad.”
One Of The Best Animal Farm Quotes by George Orwell

“Man serves the interests of no creature except himself.”
Second Of The Best Animal Farm Quotes by George Orwell

“Man is the only creature that consumes without producing.”
Third Of The Best Animal Farm Quotes by George Orwell

“The only good human being is a dead one.”
Fourth Of The Best Animal Farm Quotes by George Orwell


“Somehow
it seemed as though the farm had grown richer without making the animals themselves any richer -except, of course, for the pigs and the dogs.”

Fifth Of The Best Animal Farm Quotes by George Orwell


“Man
is the only real enemy we have. Remove man from the scene, and the root cause of hunger and overwork is abolished for ever.”

Sixth Of The Best Animal Farm Quotes by George Orwell


“All animals
are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.”

Seventh Of The Best Animal Farm Quotes by George Orwell


“Twelve voices
were shouting in anger and they were all alike….The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again: but already it was impossible to say which was which.”

Eighth Of The Best Animal Farm Quotes by George Orwell

If you cannot relate to these Animal Farm quotes you can read the full Animal Farm book review right now for a basic understanding.  If you find it interesting enough to read, then you can buy the book as well (it really affordable). And I insist that you read the book once:

Animal Farm Is Memorable!

Animal Farm by George Orwell – Review

Animal Farm – A Fairy Story

George Orwell's Animal Farm Book Cover

A Short Back Story

Animal Farm by George Orwell was the first book I read as a kid. To me, it was like a ‘normal’ kid’s story, where animals spoke and fought with humans.

Well, to some kids it might still be a ‘fairy story’. However, for people who’ve grown through the browning pages of historical events, know what a masterpiece Animal Farm IS.

In 1945, when a single man who was winning a war against the world started losing it, George Orwell decided to change the course of art; he chose to ‘fuse political purpose and artistic purpose into one whole thing’ (‘Why I Write,’ George Orwell, 1946). And then one August morn, Animal Farm was published.

Enough with the history, back to the present!

The Plot

Animal Farm is an allegorical novella; a gripping allegorical novella -once you begin to read it, you’ll not put it down until the tale ends (and also because the book consists of 100 pages).

The ‘fairy’ story revolves around a farm where its occupants, the ‘clever’ pigs -with help from the fellow animals- started a revolution to take control of the farm from the possession of humans.

However, the tale does not end there; on the contrary, it begins with this revolution, leading to a new yet interesting change of events. Followed by a possibly successful deal, and the most memorable and apt conclusion.

Reading this book, you’ll understand how a communist ideology ultimately consumes itself to become a capitalist one. All decoded from the metaphorical tone of the author. He vividly explains the conditions of people in a fascist state -it’s elite and the downtrodden.

From the Animal Farm by George Orwell

Animal Farm Summary

The Animal Farm portrays the society within 100 pages. It may offend you, or you may even praise it, but you’d have to read it to feel such emotions. And whichever it is that you feel, will reflect the society you want to create.

I know about myself.

Should You Read Animal Farm by George Orwell?

There’s no better way of saying this: YES!

Other Basic Information

  • Author:  George Orwell
  • Publishing Date: 17 August 1945
  • Pages: 112
  • Genre: Satire, Political Satire

    Memorable Animal Farm Quotes

    Every book has some memorable lines that are unforgettable and Animal Farm has those lines as well. If you wish to read the most memorable quotes that made Animal Farm even better then you should do it right now!