Animal Farm Essay | Assigning Blame in Orwell's "Animal Farm"

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Assigning Blame in Orwell's "Animal Farm"

Summary: Using examples from George Orwell's "Animal Farm", states that the other animals, not just the pigs, are to blame for the corruption of ideals that occurs in the story.
I agree that the animals were also to be blamed for the corruption of ideals. Each animal played a different role in this corruption but still was important. First, there were the animals that helped the pigs.

Boxer was like a willing slave to the pigs and that made it easy to them to make use of him as he was respected by the animals. This meant that when he followed Napoleon, the rest of the animals followed too.

Boxer believed that everything Napoleon said was correct and he should follow it. It was mentioned that Boxer adopted the maxim "Napoleon is always right" in addition to his private motto of "I must work hard."

Boxer never stopped believing in Napoleon even when there was no food. When there was harsh weather and the animals often had to go hungry, Boxer and Clover were...

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