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Napoleon and Snowball in "Animal Farm"

Summary: In George Orwell's "Animal Farm," totalitarianism, represented by the pig Napolean, wins out over democracy, represented by the pig Snowball. If Snowball had taken over the farm, the commandments wouldn't have changed, but Boxer would not have been sold, no animals would have been slaughtered, and more lives would have been saved in the second battle against the humans.
In George Orwell's Animal farm, Orwell portrayed an uprise of the farm animals over throwing their master, Mr Jones. As the revolution took place, two pigs led the animals. Their names were snowball and Napoleon. As described in the book, Napoleon was "a large, rather fierce looking Berkshire boar, the only Berkshire on the farm, not much of a talker but pith a reputation for getting his own way" (Pg10). While Snowball was "a more vivacious pig than Napoleon, quicker in speech and more inventive, but not considered to have the same depth of character" (pg 10). Although Napoleon seems at first to be a good leader, he soon became power hungry and eliminated Snowball so he could take full control over the other animals. I think the farm would have been very different under the rule of Snowball because he believes in a democracy...

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