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Roberto Francisco

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Transcript of ANIMAL FARM

Animal farm Characters Napoleon Snowball Boxer Squealer Old Major Clover Moses Mollie Benjamin Muriel Mr. Jones Mr. Frederick By: Roberto Francisco Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 Chapter 10 Russian Revolution of 1917
The Animals want to vanishall the humans because they
think the world would be perfect
without them The owner of Manor Farm is Mr. Jones
who also has an alcholic problem and abusive.
Old major thinks the animals can run
the farm to avoid anything that humans do
Wings creatures and four legged creatures are good,
two legged creatures are bad Life on the farm for the animals is
that they are miserable,laborious,and short All the animals were all at the meeting
except moses Old major is old, fat, and fragile
The animals woke up mr. jones because they shot at the barn because they thought they seen a fox The dream that old. major had is about the future
that he wanted for the animals.

Old major holds a meeting to talk about his dream Animalism is a teaching that old major brought into
the system for the animals Mollie corresponds to the group called the
bourgeoisie. The three major pigs are snowball, napoleon,and squealer Moses,the raven, starts to spread rumors that arent true.
Snowball and napoleon are the two leaders that emerge after
the rebellion.
The farmhouse is perserved as a museum In three months the pigs fought themselves to read and write. Snowball made the seven commandments The commandments fit in well with old majors dream
The animals worked so good together that they
finshed the harvest in two days.
Mollie and the cat were the lazy ones and boxer was the
most devoted hard worker on the floor Snowball and napoleon where most active in the debates,and always went against what one another said about eachother. Naoleon took the puppies away from their because he
thought education should be important right now.
Squealer uses trickery to convince the pigs that they need milk
and apples to be healthy.
The hoof and the horn on the flag symbolizesthe future
of animals and will rise when all humans are gone. The reading and writing accomplished alot and by
the fall all the animals knew what they were doing Boxer was the animal mosted admired in animal farm
The sheep all chant four legs good,two legs bad The apples were disliked by all but the pigs because they
know its healthy.
Napoleon and snowball spread news about the rebellion
to the animals on neighboring farms by sending out a flight
of pigeons. Mollie was hidding in the shed with her head in the shed.
Snowball learned how to battle by reading the julius ceasar books The animals were sent to ambush the humans because they thought
they had victory
Boxer starts to feel bad that he hurt someone in the battle. Snowball starts to be alittle ruthlessness by saying all good humans are all dead humans The animals celebrate there victory by raising the flag, award medals,
and give a proper burial for the animals
Mollie starts to betray her the animal farm by letting the farmer
pet her nose. Napoleon and snowball never agree on anything. Mollie loses her ribbons and freedom because she let
the farmer pet her nose. Snowball wants to improve the conditions on the windmill.
Snowball and napoleon were speaking to the animals
and they all agreed with who was speaking at the time. At the meeting that napoleon was having with about the winfdmill
with the animals he sends his dogs to go after snowball.
The seventh comandment was no longer in affect.
Sundays are no more resting days its days to work
on the windmill. The animals hard to start working hard,if not they get
no food. The animals doesn't have enough supplies for the
windmill. Without boxer the windmill would have not
been accomplished. The pigs acted as if they were working but really was not. They acccuse snowball of breaking the windmill. The hens couldn't make the windmill so they layed
eggs and had to trade them.
The fourth commandment was changed and sheets
were added to the rest. The stongest motivation to the completion of the
windmill was so that the humans dont think they won
fight. The animals tricked the humans into thinking that
everything at the farm was ok but the anImals filled
the bins with sand instead of grain.

The hens had to surrender their eggs. The hens try to protest againt it and got killed for trying Napoleon was contemping on if he should sell to the
nieghboring farms. Snowball was hidding on one of the nieghboring farms. All the animals think Snowball is a traiter but boxer thinks
he wasnt a traitor but good comrade.
Boxer seen the other animals get killed for telling thier Secrets
so he knows he has to work harder. The song "Beasts of England" was a song of Rebelion,but rebellion
was now Over The "Beast of England" is no longer needed because animal
farm is bad
No one Mentioned about the comandment about animals killing other animals because they willl get killed

The 6th amendment was changed to "no animals
should kill without cause" The animals were told that snowball never had medals
it was just a lengend he told about himself. The animals fear fredrick because he abuses them Fredrick and the men started to attack the windmill and out explosives and knocked it down then ran for the enemy
Boxer started to feel old for the first time
The pigs started to drink alcohol which was against
the 5th commandment
Squealer announced that napolean was sick but he was
hungover from alcohol Boxer who is the hardest worker cant retire.
Merial noticed the change in the 5th commandment.
Boxer wants to finish the windmill so he can retire. Napoleon wants the pigs to take over animal farm The green tail ribbons represent that the pigs are higher
than any other animal
The republic elected napoleon as thier president because he
was the only running Napoleon called a doctor to kill boxer not to help him
Squealer said that boxers last words were napoleon is always right,
but none of the pigs were in the hospital with him Napoleon wont let any of the animals retire
All animals are not happy with the living conditions on the farm,
they are happy to live on a farm operated by animals
Benjamin reads clover the commandment which states
that all animals are treated equal, but some more than others The pig who becomes the leader of Animal Farm after the Rebellion. Based on Joseph Stalin, Napoleon uses dogs to scare the other animals. The pig who challenges Napoleon for control of Animal Farm after the Rebellion. Based on Leon Trotsky, Snowball is smart and passionate. The horse whose strength, and dedication play a big part in the animal farm and also in building the windmill The pig that helps spreads Napoleon’s propaganda to the other animals. Squealer spreads false statistics about the farm’s success The boar whose has a vision that inspires the Rebellion. Three days after his vision and teaching the animals “Beasts of England,” Major dies, leaving Snowball and Napoleon to fight over the control of the animal farm A female cart-horse and Boxer’s close friend. Clover always suspects the pigs are violating one of the Seven Commandments, but then blames herself for forgeting the commandments.
The raven who spreads stories of Sugarcandy Mountain The mare who pulls Mr. Jones’s carriage. She craves the attention of human beings and loves being groomed and pampered The donkey who refuses to feel inspired by the Rebellion. Benjamin believes that life will stay unpleasant no matter who is in charge The white goat who reads the seven Commandments to Clover whenever Clover suspects the pigs of violating them The drunk farmer who runs the Manor Farm before the animals made it the Animal Farm The tough owner of Pinchfield, a neighboring farm. Based on Adolf Hitler, the ruler of Nazi Germany Goerge Orwell Goerge Orwell pen name of a English author named Eric Blair
Born June 25, 1903 in Motihari, India
Was educated in England at Eton College.
Served as a India Imperial Policeman in Burma from 1922 to 1927, soon to return to Europe to become a writer.
Orwell's best known work reflect his hatred for totalitarianism. "Animals Farm" and "Nineteen Eighty-Four."
Died January 21, 1950
The Russian Revolution is the collective term for the series of revolutions in Russia in 1917, which destroyed the Tsarist autocracy and led to the creation of the Soviet Union. In the first revolution of February 1917 (March in the Gregorian calendar), the Tsar was deposed and replaced by a Provisional government. In the second revolution, during October, the Provisional Government was removed and replaced with a Bolshevik (Communist) government.

The February Revolution (March 1917) was a revolution focused around St Petersburg. In the chaos, members of the Imperial parliament or Duma assumed control of the country, forming the Russian Provisional Government. The army leadership felt they did not have the means to suppress the revolution and Tsar Nicholas II of Russia, the last Tsar of Russia, abdicated, effectively leaving the Provisional Government in power. The Soviets (workers' councils), which were led by more radical socialist factions, initially permitted the Provisional government to rule, but insisted on a prerogative to influence the government and control various militias. The February Revolution took place in the context of heavy military setbacks during the First World War, which left much of the army in a state of mutiny. Questions Do you think George Orwell did a good job relating Animal Farm to the Russian Revolution?
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