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Essay | Napoleon and Animal Farm

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Napoleon and Animal Farm

Summary: Animal Farm by, George Orwell, portrays a domineering and ambitious pig who initially wants to liberate the farm animals from the tyranny of humans. However his own rule leads to life on the farm that is equal in tyranny and suffering.
NAPOLEON

Napoleon, as George Orwell describes him in

the book, is that Napoleon was a large, fierce

looking pig who didn't say very many things but

he had a reputation for getting his own way.

Napoleon is a Berkshire boar, the only one on the

farm. As the story goes on we are able to see a

much clearer picture of Napoleon and we realise

that He wont take 2nd place. We see him using

Squealer to get most of the animals on his side

and Napoleon has a plan to eventually become

leader of the farm. He uses Squealer as a

propaganda agent. The first sign of the pigs

taking advantage of their new way of life is the

taking of the milk and the apples.

The more you read of the story, Napoleons

plan starts to become obvious. He starts to

become sneaky and...

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This section contains 526 words
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