The humans tried to take back Animal Farm, but they fail. After the battle Napoleon and Snowball continued to struggle for power. During a meeting at which the animals are to vote on a plan for a wind mill, Napoleon calls for his attack dogs and banished Snowball. Napoleon disbanded the meetings and started spreading propaganda that he is the cleverest animal therefore he should make decisions. He began to make contact with the human world which disturbed the other animals.
Snowball had an idea to build a windmill to give the animals electricity. Napoleon did not think that was a good idea. One day the animals were having a meeting and some dogs came in and attacked snowball who ran away and nobody saw him their again. Then Napoleon was the leader and he built the wind mill, then a storm knocked the wind mill down. The animals just built in bigger and thicker.
The novel begins as the owner of the farm, Mr. Jones, was drifting into a drunken sleep. Meanwhile the animals gathered in the barn where a boar, Old Major, delivered a speech to his fellow animals. He spoke of a dream he had that one day all animals will be free from the tyranny of man and in perfect comradeship. Two pigs, Napoleon and Snowball concocted a plan to drive Mr. Jones off the farm. They along with the other barnyard animals succeeded, but a bigger conflict was revealed, Snowball and Napoleon’s struggle over the distribution of power.
The two main leader pigs, Napoleon and Snowball both honor Major’s beliefs but want to achieve the goals in different ways. Napoleon focuses on the advantages he can gain for himself; Snowball wants to help all the animals of the farm. These different paths of power start to cause division on the farm. In Chapter 5, Snowball finally gives up and runs away from the farm, leaving Napoleon the leader and motivator of the newly named Animal Farm. He declares that only the pigs have the power to make decisions for the farm and that all the other animals will obey them.
Napoleon first begins by moving into the farmhouse where he begins spending, “all his time.” With the farmhouse the sleeping in beds comes into play. He then begins trade... ... middle of paper ... ... dogs to run Snowball out. After Snowball is run out of the farm Napoleon decides to actually build the windmill that he was originally opposed to. This example explicitly shows that Napoleon is power hungry and he has gotten what he wanted, absolute power. After a while “Animal Farm” begins to go down hill there is food shortages, hard labor, and death.
Old Major encourages the animals of the farm to revolt against Mr. Jones, the owner of the farm. Not long after, he dies, but the animals keep his ideas of Animalism (which is essentially Communism) alive and the pigs, who are the most clever animals on the farm, begin to plan a revolution. One day, the workers on the farm forget to feed the animals, and so some of the more powerful horses break down the door to the barn where the feed is stored, and the animals enjoy a feast. When Mr. Jones learns of this, however, he immediately orders all of the animals to be punished appropriately. As they are being whipped and beaten, the animals suddenly turn on the workers.
That all animals lived together in a community with no humans to take control of them. He tells them that they must work towards this paradise and teaches them a song called "Beasts of England" in which his dram was described. When he dies, (3 days later), the two younger pigs, Snowball and Napoleon, make his principles into a philosophy called animalism. One night the animals manage to defeat Mr. Jones (the farm owner) in a battle and ran him off the farm. They rename it Animal Farm and dedicate it themselves to achieving old Majors dream.
For instance, the word "comrade" is used often. The pigs mostly use a Russian accent, but the other animals mainly use an American accent.Animal Farm is about a farm in England during the Russian revolution. The animals on Manor Farm are fed up with the way they are being treated. Inspired by a speech given to them by a late animal named Major, the animals revolt. The animals drive the owner off the farm and take over.
The story Animal Farm is one that creates a web of persuasion between its characters. Animal Farm is a satirical story where a boar on the farm, named major, calls the animals together for a meeting where he addresses the humans as vile and cruel. After the lead pig dies, two younger pigs take over and take over preparations for a rebellion. The pigs create the “seven commands of animalism” where “all animals are equal” (Orwell 33). In order to educate them, Snowball, one of the pigs in charge, tries to teach the animals how to read.
Animal Farm written by George Orwell is an exceptional novel based on the experience of Communism in Russia. The characters are given false names instead of the names of the real people who started Communism. When the story starts off, Mr. Jones, the farm owner, is coming home being drunk and unconscious and immediately goes to sleep. Old Major, a boar, is holding a meeting on the Manor Farm for all animals. He informs all of them about a dream he had about the animals all living together in peace with no humans to ever control them.