If this is not complex enough and you would like a more challenging alternative, consider the ways in which the farm is a mini society and examine how the workers and ruling class interact with one another and how the one is subjected while the other maintains control.
This might be most effective if you incorporate ideas from Essay Topic #1 and examine the way language is used to manipulate the “dumber" classes of workers.
Where do you get an outstanding essay topic on Animal farm?
Read research suggestions – a lot of research papers, thesis, journal entries, etc have been written on Animal Farm.
Through the impressive rhetorical and propaganda skills of Squealer and the skillful manipulation of meaning by other characters, reality is shaped by words—for better or for worse.
By demonstrating how easily swayed the animals of the farm are by a powerful speech or strong words, Orwell is demonstrating something via a fable about the human vulnerability to carefully chosen words and out unfortunate ability to fall victim to the power of words without understanding the deeper meanings behind them.
From the very beginning, all of the animals are ruled by the “human class" and then by Snowball, then by Napoleon.
In this novel it seems that class stratification is an almost vital element.
For this essay, go through the book and look for sections where Squealer is speaking or arranging words.
This will provide you with a great group of quotes to eventually work in and build around.