Classic Novels, Ranked in Order of How Easy They Are to Study

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Animal Farm

“This is a political allegory,” George Orwell seems to be saying with every word. “About STALINISM. Which is BAD. You see how the pigs walk at the end, like humans? You see what happens to Boxer, the dependable but gullible workhorse? Do you see? I’m spelling it out for you. The language isn’t difficult. I don’t want there to be any confusion. STALINISM IS BAD. DON'T DO IT.”

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Tags: animal farm, books we love, the scarlet letter, lord of the flies, the great gatsby, pride and prejudice, the catcher in the rye, jane eyre, great expectations, to kill a mockingbird, jane austen, classic literature, infinite jest, moby dick, classics, dracula, f. scott fitzgerald, classic novels, catch 22, virginia woolf, heart of darkness, to the lighthouse, the canterbury tales, one hundred years of solitude, absalom absalom, atlas shrugged, finnegans wake, on a scale from 1 to "what is going on"

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