Thoughts on classic lit: Animal Farm

Let’s talk about classic lit, but not in a high brow manner.  Let’s be low brow, it’s so much more fun…


Animal Farm – Summary:  Animals take over.   Big picture takeaway: Pigs are smart, mean, and not to be trusted.    Also: screw you, glue factory. <sob>

Side note: For real though, pigs are mean…though a seemingly effective way for a villain (or an anti-hero) to get rid of a body, according to many Westerns.  Just once, I’d like to see a Western where a pig refuses to eat a body.  I imagine the pig snorting in distaste before saying, “Enough, sir!  I will not do your dirty work any longer.  Henceforth, I shall be a vegetarian!”

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