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Animal Farm

Animal Farm
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Daniel Torres

on 28 May 2010

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Transcript of Animal Farm

Double click anywhere & add an idea Writer of Animal Farm is George Orwell George Orwell is his writing name his real name was. Eric Blair George is the patron
of England. River Orwell in suffo And River Orwell in
suffolk was one of his frist beloved English site's thats why the name was change. Boxer The Cart horse whose increctibla strength,
dedication and loyalty play a key role
in the early proseperity of animal farmand later completion of the windmill. Boxer shows much devotion to Animal Farms ideals but little ability to think about them independently. Boxer naively trust the pigs
to make all his decision for him.
His two mottoes are "I will wrok harder" and
Napoleon is always right. Napoleon The pig who emergesas the leader of Animal Farm
after the rebellion.
Napoleon used military froce (his nine dogs) to intimidate the other animals and consolidate his power. Napoleon proves to be more treachrous than his counterpartner Snowball. Snowball The Pig who challenges Napoleon for control for Animal Farm after the rebellion. Snowball is intelligent,passionate,
elpquent and less sulotle, he seems to win the loyalty of the other animalsand cements his power. Mollie The vain,flighty mare who pulls Mr. Jones's carriage. Mollie craves the attention of human beings and loves being groomed and pampered. Benjamin
The long-lived donkey who refuses to feel inspired by the Rebellion.Benjamin firmly believes that life will remain unpleasant no matter who is in charge. Old Major The prize-winning boar whose vision of a socialist utopia serves as the inspiration for the Rebllion. Three days after describing the vision and teaching the animals the song "Beasts of England," Major dies, leaving Snowball and Napoleon to struggle for control of his legacy. Moses The tame raven who spreads stories of Sugarcandy Mountain, the paradise to which animals supposedly go when they die. Muriel The white goat who reads the Seven Commandments to Clover whenever Clover suspects the pigs of violating their prohivitions. Mr. Jones The often drunk farmer who runs the Manor Farm before the animals stage their Rebellion and establish Animal Farm. Mr.Frederick The tough, shrewd operator of Pinchfield, a neighboring farm. Based on Adolf Hitler, the ruler of Nazi Germany in the 1930s and 1940s, Mr.Friderick proves an untrustworthy neighbor. Squealer The pig who spreads Napoleon's propaganda among the other animals.Squealer justifies the pigs' monopolization of resources and spreads false statistics pointing to the farm's success. Mr. Pilkington The easygoing gentleman farmer who runs Foxwood, a meighboring farm. Mr.Frederick's bitter enemy. Mr. Pilkington represents the capitalist goverments of England and the U.S. Mr.Whymper The humen solicitor whom Mapoleon hires to represent Animal Farm in humen society, Mr. Whymper's entry into the Animal Farm community initiates caontact between Animal Farm human society, alarming the common animals. Jessie and Bluebell
Two dogs, each of whom gives birth early in the novel. Napoleon takes the puppies in order to "educate" them. Chapter 1 After Mr.Jones the farmer has gone to bed (drunk as usual), the animals all sneak into the barn to hear a speech by Old Major.Old Major tells them he has done a lot of thinkinking in his ling life, particularly about the hardhips the animals face (hard work,little food and eventually being slaughtered). Chapter 2 Old Major dies peacefully in his sleep three nights later, and the pigs begin teaching and organizing the others to prepare for the Rebellion he predicted. Chief among them are Snowball, Napoleon and Squealer, who elaborate Old Major's ideeas into a system of thought called Animalism. Chapter 3 The animals harvest the hay, with everyone helping. The pigs supervise the others as they work,and even the ducks and hens go back and forth in the sun all day carrying tiny wisps of hay in their beaks. Chapter 4 News about the takeover on Animal Farm spreads through the county, and Snowball and Napoleon send out special flights of pigeons instructed to go to other farms and tell the animals the story of the Rebellion and teach them "Beast of England" Chapter 5 Mollie often shirks work, and one day Clover confronts her and tells her that she saw her looking over the hedge dividing Animal Farm from Foxwood, talking to one of Pilkingtoon's men and letting him stroke her nose.. Mollie tries to deny it , gets upset and gallops off Chapter 6 All that year the animals worked like slaves. But they were happy in their work;they grudged no effort or sacfrifice, well aware that everything they did was for the benefit of themselves and those of thier kind who would come after them, and not for a pack of idle, thieving human beings. Chapter 7 The Winter is difficult and building the windmill is even more work this time since the walls are being built thicker. In January the farm starts running out of food and rations have to be drastically reduced, Napoleon arranges to have Whymper contradict any rumors in the outside workd of a shortage on Animal Farm Chapter 8 Later, "some of the animals remembered, or thought 'No animal shall kill any other animal.' And though no one cared to mention it in the hearing of the pigs or the dogs, it was felt that the killings which had taken place did not square with this," But when Clover has Muriel read her the Sixth Commandenet it turns out to say that no animal shall kill any other animal without cause,and obviously there was. Chapter 9 Boxer's hoof, split in the battle against the humens takes a long time to heal, but he refuses to take any time off work as he wants to see the windmill well under way before he retires the next summer, Rations are reduced yet again, except for pigs and dogs. Chapter 10 Many years pass and the only animals left on the farm from the days before the Rebellion are Clover. Benjamin, Mosed and a number of the pigs,the rest have passed away. The farm is more prosperous now , with more animals who have been born or bought , and the windmill is finished. It isn't used for electricity, but for milling corn which is then sokd at a profit. The animals are building another windmill which will run a dynamo , but even then there will be no light and hot and cold waterin the stalls, or a three-day work week, or any of the improvements snowball had talked about. What do you think Geroge wanted to show the wrold by
writing this book? What other Animals could you use insteady of pigs?
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