The animals of the Farm, who spend their lives working constantly just for food, in line with the teachings of the wise pig named Big Chief, make a great revolution by rebelling against the order they are in and expelling their human masters from their farm. This great revolution leads them to a free and peaceful life beyond their dream. But their lives soon take a different turn when an ambitious pig named Napoleon takes over the farm. Slowly losing their freedom, the animals eventually find themselves in a hopeless dictatorship system.
First published in the UK in 1945, Animal Farm is a political satire by George Orwell, inspired by the events during the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia and Stalin's betrayal of the revolution. This work, which was written within the framework of the criticism of Stalinism, had a great impact in world literature and became one of the masterpieces of irony.