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Animal Farm

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George Stein

on 28 May 2010

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Transcript of Animal Farm

Animal Farm This is a an illustration from chapter 2 of animal farm. It shows Mr Jones spending the day in his kitchen reading the newspaper, drinking and feeding moses the raven with beer soaked bread crums.
Napoleon - the dictator of animal farm.
Snowball - One of the two pigs that were always arguing over the position of power and leadership.
Boxer - along with Clover they represent the boxer rebellion that started communism red china, only in animal farm.
Squealer- the manipulater and persuader of the three pigs.
Old Major -
Clover - see boxer above.
Moses - This raven, first described as the "especial pet" of Mr. Jones, is the only animal who doesn't work. He's also the only character who doesn't listen to Old Major's speech of rebellion.
Mollie - the minor character but represents something very important. Mollie represents the one who is opposed to the new gov't under Napolean.
Benjamin - the one who never really embraces the rebellion and new gov't.
Muriel - represents the educated middle that can decide things for themselves.
Mr. Jones - Mr. Jones is Orwell's chief (or at least most obvious) villain in Animal Farm
Mr. Frederick -
Mr. Whymper -
Jessie and Bluebell -
Minimus -
Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Why didn't Mr. Jones Stand up to the Animals? Biography of George Orwell Born in Bengal, India.
Like his father and grand father before him, he was a british policeman.
after about six years on the indian police force he moved back to britian and became a writer for a living.
later this would prove useful to him as he wrote the novel "Animal Farm" based off of the rusi=sian revolution, and how communism was spreading even as far as his homeland in england.

All animals are Equal, but some animals are more equal than others. Old major had his dream about the farm and what he wanted it to be like.
They had a meeting in the big barn after Mr. Jones had gone to sleep.
The rats were votd comerades.
whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy, whatever goes upon four legs or has wings is a friend.
Old Majorset the rules for all the animals afetr the rebellion
Old Major began to sing the "Beasts of England."
Mr. Jones fired 6 shots from his gun into the air when he awoke from the comotion in the barn.

Old Major passed away three nights later in his sleep.
the more intelligent animals were preparing for the rebellion.
the rebellion took place.
mollie ran away from the battle when she heard the gun sot of Mr. jones.
Old Majors teachings were constructed into what was called animalism.
painted the 7 commandments on the side of the barn.

pulled the hay into the barn.
no animal was allowed to use a tool that involved them standing on their hinds legs.
Pigs found a way to use some of the tools by using their hoof-ish things.
Napoleon took the puppies away from their mother to teach them. Chapter 5 Napolean ran snowball out.
Napoleon reveiled what had happened to the puppies.
Napolean made new rules.
Mollie started to become a problem.
Mollie was starting to talk to humans.
Snowball came up with schemes to help animal farm that would reduce the amount of work.
Napoleon came up with no ideas of his own.
Mollie lost her freedom by running away from the farm.
After Naopleon ran snowball out, he decided to continue with the windmill.

Snowball made plans for the construction of a windmill.
All humans secretly trembled when they heard the song the "Beasts of England".
The battle of cowshed took place and the animals drove the hmans out of the farm.
Snowball and Boxer were considered "Animal Hero, First Class"
The Dead sheep were "Animal Hero, Second Class."
Napoleon was against the windmill.
Chapter 6 Character Lists Napoleon did away with the unday meetings.
Napoleon also made the animlas work on sundays.
Boxer was the one who worked the hardest.
when building the windmill they werent allowed to use tools.
boxer had two phrases,"Napoleon is always right." and "I will work harder."
Napoleon issued that trading was okay.
Napoleon used snowball as a scapegoat and blamed him for anything thta went wrong on the farm.
One of the original commandments was changed. Chapter 7 The humans were tricked into thinking that everything on animal farm was okay.
Napoleon filled the food buckets up with sand and then put grains on the top of the sand to make it look like it was full.
Napoleon thought and made the other animals believe that snowbal was hiding on a neighboring farm.
Napoleon Contemplated selling 400 eggs for enough grain for the WHOLE summer.
The hens rebelled against Napoleon for taking their eggs. They hid in the rafters and kept their eggs from Napoleon.
The hens eventually gave up because they were starving. Chapter 8 They tricked the humans into thinking that everything on animal farm was ok by filling buckets with sand and putting grain on top.
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