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Why don't most of the animals in the novel have unique personalities? A. Animals do not really have personalities. B. The allegory is not intended to be particularly deep. C. The author is trying to represent types of people, not individuals. D. Orwell did not want to offend the Soviet government.

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    The author is trying to represent types of people, not individuals.

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