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Animal Farm Chapter 3
Transcript of Animal Farm Chapter 3
All of the animals toil to bring in the harvest...
The animals get to sleep in on Sunday and have a late breakfast!
The pigs have been keeping the milk to themselves and are now demanding the fallen apples.
Even Napoleon and Snowball agree on the fact that they should get the apples. The other animals grumble, but Squealer is able to convince them.
The pigs, however, direct the others...which is still working, right?
There are only 2 slackers farm wide.
Boxer is a true believer and starts to have his own personal maxim -- "I will work harder!"
Also, Benjamin isn't too impressed with this whole revolution
Old Benjamin, the donkey, seemed quite unchanged since the Rebellion. He did his work in the same slow obstinate way as he had done it in Jones's time, never shirking and never volunteering for extra work either. About the Rebellion and its results he would express no opinion. When asked whether he was not happier now that Jones was gone, he would say only "Donkeys live a long time. None of you has ever seen a dead donkey," and the others had to be content with this cryptic answer. ( 30 or 47)
They unfurl the flag--green background with a hoof and horn. The green represents the fields of England, the hoof and horn the brotherhood of animals....it also looks like the USSR's flag...
Napoleon and Snowball disagree about everything, especially education.
Snowball puts all animals in different committees and tries to teach them all to read.
Napoleon takes the puppies (remember, this is one the charges Old Major made against Mr. Jones), isolates them and then educates them...we think.
The not so bright animals are having issues remembering the 7 commandments...
Snowball simplifies it by telling them to remember -- "Four legs good, two legs bad!" What's wrong with that?
He argues that:
1. Pigs don't even like
apples and milk.
2. SCIENCE has proven apples and milk are good for pig brains so eating them is a sacrifice.
3. If they don't eat the apples and drink the milk JONES WILL COME BACK!
4. No one wants Jones to come back, do they?
And so, in the end, everyone agrees. The pigs are able to get the milk, fallen apples...and most of the actual harvest.