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    Message de loupevivante posté le 12-03-2009 à 12:05:38 (S | E | F)

    Could you correct this text please...

    The book George Orwell decided to call 'Animal Farm' contains a few hidden messages. Readers are free to pick what they want/are able to find. In my view, this book digs deeper than describing a farm with some animals that want to 'do better' in life. The farm actually is run by these animals; they not only live there but also own it. This reality changes completely these words combinations meaning. The fact that he placed the word animal in front of farm puts that last word in obscurity. By choosing animals to play the role of humans, the author shows that he didn't have any respect for Russian Revolution pioneers, who in Orwell's time caused a lot of upheaval in the world. He picked that title probably because he wanted to show what he thought of the Russian Revolution.
    However, this title is not the initial one given by George Orwell. He called his book Animal Farm: A Fairy Story. Indeed, in every translation, except in Telugu, the subtitle was dropped or became A Satire, A Contemporary Satire or was described as an adventure or tale. The original subtitle had his raison d'etre. It stems from Orwell's abiding fascination for fairy stories and the like encountered during early childhood and in his work as a teacher.
    In brief, Animal Farm is the name of this establishment from the Rebellion. Those animals wanted to improve their way of life. By choosing such a name reflecting clearly their wish, they thought that it would be easier. Mr. Orwell gave this title to his book to represent this illustrated reality thanks to the animals behaviour.


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    Modifié par bridg le 12-03-2009 12:21
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    Réponse: George Orwell /correction de laure95, postée le 12-03-2009 à 15:27:34 (S | E)
    Bonjour, voici les points à revoir:
    The book George Orwell decided to call 'Animal Farm' contains a few hidden messages. Readers are free to pick what they want/are able to (ou can) find. In my view, this book digs deeper than describing a farm with some animals that want to 'do better' in life. The farm actually (pas à la bonne place) is run by these animals; they not (revois la formation de la forme négative du présent simple!) only live there but also own it. This reality changes completely these words combinations meaning. The fact that he placed the word animal in front of farm puts that last word in obscurity. By choosing animals to play the role of humans, the author shows that he didn't (temps) have any respect for Russian Revolution pioneers, who in Orwell's time caused a lot of upheaval (a lot of + pluriel) in the world. He picked that title probably because he wanted to show what he thought of the Russian Revolution.
    However, this title is not the initial one given by George Orwell. He called his book Animal Farm: A Fairy Story. Indeed, in every translation, except in Telugu, the subtitle was dropped or became A Satire, A Contemporary Satire or was described as an adventure or tale. The original subtitle had his raison d'etre (propose 1 traduction). It stems from Orwell's abiding fascination for fairy stories and the like encountered during early childhood and in his work as a teacher.
    In brief, Animal Farm is the name of this establishment from the Rebellion. Those animals wanted to improve their way of life. By choosing such a name reflecting clearly their wish, they thought that it would be easier. Mr. Orwell gave this title to his book to represent this illustrated reality thanks to the animals behaviour.

    Fais attention au jonglage entre les temps!




    Réponse: George Orwell /correction de loupevivante, postée le 12-03-2009 à 18:20:25 (S | E)
    This is better now...?

    The book George Orwell decided to call 'Animal Farm' contains a few hidden messages. Readers are free to pick what they want/are able to find. In my view, this book digs deeper than describing a farm with some animals that want to 'do better' in life. The farm is actually run by these animals; they don’t only live there but also own it. This reality changes completely these words combinations meaning. The fact that he placed the word animal in front of farm puts that last word in obscurity. By choosing animals to play the role of humans, the author shows that he doesn't have any respect for Russian Revolution pioneers, who in Orwell's time caused a lot of upheavals in the world. He picked that title probably because he wanted to show what he thought of the Russian Revolution.
    However, this title is not the initial one given by George Orwell. He called his book Animal Farm: A Fairy Story. Indeed, in every translation, except in Telugu, the subtitle was dropped or became A Satire, A Contemporary Satire or was described as an adventure or tale. The original subtitle had his raison d'etre. It stems from Orwell's abiding fascination for fairy stories and the like encountered during early childhood and in his work as a teacher.
    In brief, Animal Farm is the name of this establishment from the Rebellion. Those animals wanted to improve their way of life. By choosing such a name reflecting clearly their wish, they thought that it would be easier. Mr. Orwell gave this title to his book to represent this illustrated reality thanks to the animals behaviour.




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