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Transcript of ANIMAL FARM
animal farm is about animals who try to manage a farm but all goes wrong. based on the rise and fall of the soviet union.
Who each character represesents
mean horrible pig who wants the farm all to himself. very selfish and rude. controlling. animals are frightened by him. he represents...
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This pig started the revolution. well, i mean he brought it to everyones attention
just like Napoleon, he wanted complete control of the farm. he wasnt as forceful as Napoleon. but he was eating more food than the other animals along with the pigs.
boxer is the nice horsey. he works hard and uses the sayings, "i will work harder" and "napoleon is always right". he is nice but in a way very gullible.
i believe muriel to be....nice? okay so she was a goat and was bad at reading...again, im sorry if none of this is right.
benjamin was a smart donkey but didnt want to use his smartness for good. instead he watched as animal farm slowly turned to crap and crash and fall.....that makes no sense.
oooooohh, molly. this horse was all about herself, she wanted to be pretty, and eat sugar cubes...that fatty
moses was a crazy crow. he talked like a psycho. he was a good birdy because he was trying to help all the other animals by giving them hope
she was a doggy. a mama dog. her babies were taken from her by napoleon.
clover was an old motherly mare, i believe so, she cant read well...yea
a pig poet that wrote all the poems about napoleon. he bad guy to me...
another dog. i dont think she was as important.
he was one of the farmers who traded with napoleon...
yet another farmer that traded with the evil napoleon
he was a farmer who traded with napoleon. alot of other farmers did as well.
mr. jones owned animal farm before. but it was overthrown by the animals. hence the name animal farm!!!
He represents the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas Alexandrovich Romanov (Nicholas II).
He doesn't represent one person in real life, but is a composite of all of the leaders of England.
Frederick is a representation of Hitler.
Represents capitalist who did business with the Soviet state.
Napoleon is Joseph Stalin, the second leader of the Soviet Union.
This pig represents the Russian media
Snowball represents Leo Trotsky.
He represents Karl Marx, but in some ways also symbolizes the original communist leader - Vladimir Lenin.
Boxer represents the working class.
she represented the upper class
part of the working class
The dogs represent the military/police.
The raven Moses symbolizes the Russian Orthodox Church.
The pigeons represent the "Communist World Revolution" - The Communist International is widely known as the "Comintern".
The Red Lion
Sugar Candy Mountain
The Soviet Union (U.S.S.R.). 'Animal Farm' is the name the animals gave their farm after the revolution.
Russia. 'Manor Farm' was the name of the farm when Jones ran it. Eventually, the Pigs decided that they preferred this old name to the new moniker 'Animal Farm'.
Foxwood represents England. "a large, neglected, old-fashioned farm, much overgrown by woodland, with all its pastures worn out and its hedges in a disgraceful condition. Its owner, Mr. Pilkington, was an easy-going gentleman farmer who spent most of his time in fishing or hunting according to the season."
Pinchfiled represents Germany. "The other farm, which was called Pinchfield, was smaller and better kept. Its owner was a Mr. Frederick, a tough, shrewd man, perpetually involved in lawsuits and with a name for driving hard bargains."
All of the farms mentioned in the book are located in the city of Willingdon, which is a metaphor for Europe
Since farms represent the various nations, England is a representation of the entire world.
(The Kremlin.) Home of Mr. Jones (the Czar). After the revolution, there were some that wanted to destroy the farmhouse, but it was decided to preserve it as a museum. (The Kremlin was saved in a similar manner). Eventually, Napoleon (Stalin) decided to take up residence there.
A Pub in Willingdon. This may represent the Royal Palace in England, or could merely represent one of the smaller nations in Europe.
An obvious reference to 'Heaven'.
Hoof and Horn, or the flag
soviet flag, hammer and sickle
'Beasts of England'
the anthem for animal farm is the ideology of communism
The windmill is a symbol for Stalin's 'Five-Year plan'.
her babies were taken by napoleon too??? so i've heard
squealer was the one to ease everyone's troubles by making napoleon look like a savior when in actuality he is a monster. he told all the animals on the farm that napoleon is only doing this for the greater good. not exactly but he said something like that.
Minimus represents the takeover of art by propaganda in a totalitarian state that aims to control what its citizens think.
of or relating to a system of government that is centralized and dictatorial and requires complete subservience to the state.
Dumb animals who believe whatever propaganda is told to them and follow orders. The sheep represent the duped citizen
Rats and Rabits and other wild animals
represent the opposition to the Bolsheviks. They too, had to be included in the rebellion, although for the longest time they sided with the other party. The rats and rabbits symbolize other political parties. Although the communist party took off with Lenin, there were still others around. These are the wild animals.
the hens were the ones who didnt want to cooperate with stalin
the lazy people who go along with Communism because they get fed, without even working. lazy cat.
A pig that Napoleon enlists as his taster, just in case someone tried to poison him.
The Russian Civil War, after the Revolution. The humans represent the forces loyal to the Tsar, and the western allies who attempted to intervene and crush the Communists.
Battle of Cowshed
Battle of the Windmill
The Battle of the Windmill represents World War II
The collapse of the windmill represents the downfall of Stalin
Collapse of the Windmill