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animal farm chapter 8
Transcript of animal farm chapter 8
- rebuilt windmill
- Squealer spreads misinformation on farm's progress
- Napoleon withdraws, is exalted THE TIMBER ISSUE - left over from Jones's days
- issue regarding who it was to be sold to
- misinformation campaign on both sides THE SECOND BATTLE - battle does not go easily for animals
- what is different between this battle and that of the Cowshed?
- destruction of the windmill
- defining "Victory" DRUNKEN PORK - Napoleon indulges
- changes of Commandment
- farm economy?
- Squealer caught in the act All observations should be written in the following format:
“quality” - “sentence” - “quote/page reference”
“persuasive” - “Squealer is capable of making animals doubt even their own memories.” - “ 'Squealer was soon able to convince them that their memories had been at fault' "All orders were now issued through Squealer..."
"The animals saw no reason to disbelieve him." "Napoleon himself was not seen in public... he was attended... by his retinue of dogs..."
"Napoleon inhabited separate apartments... took his meals alone, with two dogs..." "... the gun would be fired every year on Napoleon's birthday... He was always referred to in the formal style... and the pigs liked to invent for him such titles..." "Squealer would talk with the tears rolling down his cheeks..." "... fresh precautions for Napoleon's safety were taken. Four dogs guarded his bed at night... the task of tasting all his food before he ate it, lest it should be poisoned..." "Squealer was soon able tgo convince them that their memories had been at fault." "... the mill would be named Napoleon Mill." "... the superior quality of Napoleon's mind, said Squealer, was shown in the factt aht he trusted nobody..." "... even Napoleon seemed at a loss... Wistful glances were sent in the direction of Foxwood..." "... even Napoleon, who was directing operations from the rear..." "... nine dogs of Napoleon's own bodyguard, whom he had instructed to make a detour under the cover of the hedge..." "Squealer, who had unaccountably been absent during the fighting..." "... Napoleon had created a new decoration... which he had conferred upon himself..."