Animal Farm Essay | Analysis of "Animal Farm" Characters Squeaker and Snowball

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Analysis of "Animal Farm" Characters Squeaker and Snowball

Summary: In the allegorical novel "Animal Farm" by George Orwell, the farm animals Squealer and Snowball have important roles. Snowball, a young boar, is an idealistic dreamer and becomes a scapegoat when things go wrong on the farm. Squealer, a small hog, cleverly talks with other animals and people. He is a methodical liar and is the "propagandist" of the farm.
In the novel "Animal Farm", Snowball and Squealer are two of the most important characters in the novel.

Snowball, a young boar, known throughout the novel as a dreamer (Kepos and Poupard 178). Snowball works along side Napoleon carrying on the rules set by Old Major until disagreements between Napoleon and Snowball take their toll. Napoleon takes over and Snowball is removed from the farm. Napoleon uses Snowball as a scapegoat, accusing him of everything that goes wrong on the farm (Telgen and Hale 7). Snowball is declared a traitor to the farm, and Napoleon announces there will be no additional discussions (Robb 2). Snowball's character clearly matches the historical figure Leon Trotsky (Moss and Wilson 18). Like Trotsky, who was deported from Russia by his ex-associate Joseph Stalin, Snowball is run off of the farm by Napoleon (Telgen and Hale 7). This information is a perfect...

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