Animal Farm Essay | Napolean and Snowball: Leaders at Heart?

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Napolean and Snowball: Leaders at Heart?

Summary: Are Snowball and Napolean, key characters in Animal Farm, really that different? And if so, how do they approach each problem placed before them differently?
Napoleon and Snowball: Leaders At Heart"

What makes a true leader? One could say that it varies within the leader themselves for it relates with their strong points and goals to help the community that is relying on them. In Animal Farm, the leaders both believed in common good of the animals of the farm. Napoleon wanted an autocracy. Snowball wanted a socialist society. Both were brilliant leaders, using their wit and honesty to lead the animals through the rebellion into freedom. They both shared a common goal, yet they chose different methods of reaching it.

Shown time after time again in history, a leader must be intelligent. Both Snowball and Napoleon were intelligent pigs, and their leadership ability reflected it. Snowball had good morals and logic, and his intelligence greatly helped him show his points to the other animals as well as thinking...

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