The (112-113). This passage is an example of how

The animals do not remember the Sixth Commandment wrongly; the pigs
change the commandments that they originally claim are unalterable in order to
justify their actions.  This passage is
an example of the pig’s manipulating the other animals through the abuse of
language and allowing the other animals to think that they are the ones who are
mistaken.                                      The
pigs manipulate language in order to manipulate their power when they break the
Fifth Commandment as well.  Orwell notes,
“But a few days later Muriel, reading over the Seven Commandments to herself,
noticed that there was yet another of them which the animals had remembered
wrong.  They had thought the Fifth
Commandment was “No animal shall drink alcohol,” but there were two words that
they had forgotten.  Actually the
Commandment read: “No animal shall drink alcohol to excess.” (112-113).  This passage is an example of how the pigs are
changing the original Seven Commandments in order to justify their actions and
continue their corrupt rule after the pigs consume a fair amount of whisky the night
before.  They allow the other animals to
blame their memories not knowing the last two words of the Fifth Commandment,
when in actuality, Squealer is caught painting the additions to and revisions
of the Commandments on the wall of the barn (Orwell 112).  The pigs continue their corrupt rule by changing
the wording of the Seven Commandments when they break them.                                       In conclusion, George Orwell’s 1944 novel,
Animal Farm, exhibits how dangerous using
language the wrong way can be.  Orwell shows
how the power over others can be abused when language is used to manipulate, mislead,
and deceive others.  He demonstrates this
message by showing how the pigs corrupt their power over the others animals by manipulating
the meanings of words, promoting false information, and altering the unalterable
Seven Commandments of Animalism.  

The animals do not remember the Sixth Commandment wrongly; the pigs
change the commandments that they originally claim are unalterable in order to
justify their actions.  This passage is
an example of the pig’s manipulating the other animals through the abuse of
language and allowing the other animals to think that they are the ones who are
mistaken.                                      The
pigs manipulate language in order to manipulate their power when they break the
Fifth Commandment as well.  Orwell notes,
“But a few days later Muriel, reading over the Seven Commandments to herself,
noticed that there was yet another of them which the animals had remembered
wrong.  They had thought the Fifth
Commandment was “No animal shall drink alcohol,” but there were two words that
they had forgotten.  Actually the
Commandment read: “No animal shall drink alcohol to excess.” (112-113).  This passage is an example of how the pigs are
changing the original Seven Commandments in order to justify their actions and
continue their corrupt rule after the pigs consume a fair amount of whisky the night
before.  They allow the other animals to
blame their memories not knowing the last two words of the Fifth Commandment,
when in actuality, Squealer is caught painting the additions to and revisions
of the Commandments on the wall of the barn (Orwell 112).  The pigs continue their corrupt rule by changing
the wording of the Seven Commandments when they break them.                                       In conclusion, George Orwell’s 1944 novel,
Animal Farm, exhibits how dangerous using
language the wrong way can be.  Orwell shows
how the power over others can be abused when language is used to manipulate, mislead,
and deceive others.  He demonstrates this
message by showing how the pigs corrupt their power over the others animals by manipulating
the meanings of words, promoting false information, and altering the unalterable
Seven Commandments of Animalism.  

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