All animals at this point realize that they have been nothing to humans but subject to extremely strict and tremendous harsh treatment and they all want to have a rebellion for a more better and equal society. Later, the animals found the owner of the farm Mr. Jones drunk, so they took the opportunity to ram sack the food supply and when the animals heard the Men coming they attacked them and scared them off. That’s when the animals had full control and they b... ... middle of paper ... ...he beginning the pigs start out as animals who have no more power than any other animal on the farm, and they all have the same ideas. The animals create order and freedom, and then happiness is no longer enough. Shortly after, Napoleon takes the spot light and takes charge along with the other pigs.
Napoleon became a very mean pig that he ended up lying to all the farm animals and saying one thing and then doing another thing. Napoleon mainly just be treated the animals and started treating them bad. He would treat them like slaves in other words. So ever since the animals started to take control of the farm and the animals they finished up changing everything. The animals even ended up changing the farms name from “Manor Farm” to “Animal Farm”.
Napoleon rids Snowball because of their differences. The rule of Comrade Napoleon was harsher than Mr. Jones. The animals faced shortages in food and long work hours. But the superior pigs keep saying “Do you want Jones to comeback ?”And that would shut the complaining of the animals. Many years later, the pigs invite the humans on their farm and they have a feast.
Plot Several important events lead to the outcome of Animal Farm. In the end the pigs within the story have become a complete corrupt government and very human like. The long chain of events begins with Napoleon chasing off Snowball at the meeting that decides if the windmill is to be built. He “uttered a high pitched whimper” to call his police dogs, which drove Snowball straight off the farm. Napoleon then chose to build the windmill after all.
The Sheep and The Dogs Napoleon uses the sheep because they were quite stupid and gullible. Once he had taught them the maxim "four legs good, two legs bad" they bleated it over and over whenever they were troubled or there was an argument going on. This meant no one could hear what was going on so the arguing had to stop, meaning that Napoleon often won arguments between him and Snowball. Later on Napoleon taught them a new maxim that went "four legs good, two legs better!" This was after the pigs had paraded around the yard, walking on their hind legs.
Napoleon figures out a way to get Snowball kicked out of the farm so he can be the leader himself. Napoleon is a back-stabbing traitor. He becomes just like the humans and dominates over the other animals. Napoleon breaks the laws but since he has the other animals in such a strong hold they do not seem to care. Napoleon is the evil character in this novel.
The pigs declare that since they are the most intelligent and most crucial role in the unity of Animal Farm, they must consume all of the milk and apples themselves, for the better of the entire farm. Since almost all of the other animals on the farm lack the intelligence to defend their own opinions, they are easily manipulated to fully believe in what the pigs say, and don't see through their deception. In his speech on the topic of the milk and apples, Squealer, who is the witty spokesman for the pigs, explains: " We pigs are brainworkers. The whole management and organization of this farm depend on us. Day and night we are watching over your welfare.
From the very beginning, Napoleon started breaking the commandment that stated all animals are equal. He had all the milk and apples set aside for the pigs. He put forth the idea that the pigs depended on these things for survival, and that it was in the interest of the entire farm that they be set aside for them. The others were convinced by Squealer’s arguments that “Milk and apples (this has been proven by Science, comrades) contain substances absolutely necessary to the well being of a pig”, and reminding them they didn’t want Jones back. Another inequality on the farm was that only the pigs slept in the farmhouse.
Shortly after, Napoleon becomes so selfish because of his power over the other animals on the farm, that he blocks Snowball from all of his power which then turns the other animals against him. Napoleon then uses Boxer, an intelligent horse to persuade t... ... middle of paper ... ...n two legs. In the beginning of the story they were convinced to never walk on two feet because that was how their enemies walked. 9 IX. Genre The main genre of Animal Farm is political.
He also enlists the services of Squealer, a pig with the ability to persuade the other animals that the pigs are always moral and correct in their decisions. Later that fall, Jones and his men return to Animal Farm and attempt to retake it. Thanks to the tactics of Snowball, the animals defeat Jones in what thereafter becomes known as The Battle of the Cowshed. Winter arrives, and Mollie, a vain horse concerned only with ribbons and sugar, is lured off the farm by another human. Snowball begins drawing plans for a windmill, which will provide electricity and thereby give the animals more leisure time, but Napoleon vehemently opposes such a plan on the grounds that building the windmill will allow them less time for producing food.