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I have an English project I am currently working on that focuses on the novel "Animal Farm" by George Orwell.

My team and I are writing a revolutionary newspaper that would have been printed on the farm in order to turn, (or at least attempt to turn) the others against Napoleon and somehow bring Snowball back.

We have come up with articles, political caricatures, a name, a header and most of everything else we needed....but the letters to the editor is a section that has us slightly stressed.

What kind of letters should we write?

Who would they be from? (sub textually, of course....the newspaper would be anonymous)

What would be their motives for writing the letters?

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    Letters to the Editor are usually controversial. You could have some supporting Napoleon and others opposing him. They'd be from readers. Their motives would be to try to influence other readers.

    Have fun with these. Often Letters to the Editor are not very rational and occasionally outrageous in their points of view.

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