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Theme for animal farm

Christopher G, Pristie F , Malik J , Kathiana T , Briana F
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Pristie Fernandez

on 2 October 2012

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Transcript of Theme for animal farm

Power corrupts people Napoleon Made The Animals Confess Napoleon was good at first Napoleon Took All The Milk & Apples Napoleon Mr. Jones was always to drunk to care for the animals. Napoleon Sent Boxer To The Glue Factory Farmer Jones " Napoleon now called upon them to confess" page 84 "Napoleon took no interest in snowball's committee,He said that the education of the young was more important then anything that could be done for those who were already grown up." Page 34 "Day and night we are watching over your welfare. it is for your sake that we drink the milk and eat those apples." page "Alfred Simmonds, Horse Slaughter & Glue boiler Willingdon, Dealer in Hides & Bone-Meal." Napoleon wanted what was best for them,but the power he had corrupted him after having a taste all that control he got driven mad with the power and turned on the people he once wanted to help succeed. "Mr.jones, of the manor farm, had locked the hen house for the night but was too drunk to remember too shut the popholes." Farmer jones took care of his animals but he started drinking and abondening the farm.
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