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Boxer vs. Working Class
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Boxer Vs. Working Class
Boxer, a major character in "Animal Farm" has qualities that the working class during the Russian Revolution also possessed. George Orwell created these qualities for Boxer to represent the working class.
Boxer was extremely dedicated to his work. This quality was also shown by some of the working class. Both Boxer's and the working class's dedication is what held the farm and the revolution together.
Even through out the pigs betrayal, Boxer remained loyal to them as well as to the farm. The working class believed in the good intentions of Stalin and continued to work through the revolution.
Like Boxer, the working class provided labor during the revolution. Not only did both Boxer and the working class provide labor but they provided a substantial amount.
Given these examples, the comparison between Boxer and the working class is close. They share qualities that the author George Orwell was aware of when he wrote this novel.
Spark Notes: http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/animalfarm/canalysis.html
Mrs. Carper's Power Point
"Animal Farm" by George Orwell