Orwell uses satire and allegory to reveal truths about human nature. How ?

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That "how" is a hard question to answer fully, because it applies to the entire book.
He uses the fable form to satirize humans in general, by giving animals human characteristics. The book itself is a satire on the Soviet revolution, with the different waves of political organization mocking the waves of...

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