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by George Orwell

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Foxwood farm symbolizes what country?  

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Foxwood Farm represents the British Empire, presided over by the benevolent gentleman-farmer Mr. Pilkington. He represents not just the Empire, but the West in general, including the United States. Although Napoleon is initially opposed to Pilkington, seeing him as a representative of the hated human oppressor, he eventually develops an understanding with him, in much the same way that the Soviet Union under Stalin came to a modus vivendi (mode of living) with the Western capitalist powers.

This is what Orwell is referring to in the famous last line of Animal Farm:

The creatures outside looked from pig to...

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