Animal Farm was first published in 1945. It is a satire on the Russian Revolution that took place in 1917. The novel, presented as a fable, uses animals to comment on human society.
After realising their desire for freedom, the animals of 'Manor Farm' chase Mr Jones off his property and take control. They learn many lessons as they struggle to define and create an ideal community.
This series of Graded Readers is a collection of best-loved stories from English literature. Some stories are suitably abridged and adapted and some are unbridged versions.
The books for lower age-groups in this series have been carefully graded to facilitate the readers to progress through successive levels of vocabulary and language structure.
In this book
About the Author provides an interesting introduction to the author and the author's works.
Comprehension questions help readers better understand what they are reading, and also prompt them to improve their writing skills.
Grammar helps to hone language skills of the readers.