Animal Farm Essay | The Role of Squealer in Animal Farm

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The Role of Squealer in Animal Farm

Summary: The character of Squealer in Animal Farm by George Orwell is analyzed in detail. This essay describes his complex and manipulative behaviors.
The first time we see Squealer is when some of the other animals question the consumption of milk and apples by the pigs. This point in the book is significant because it is the first time the pigs are seen to be giving themselves better quality food than the rest of the animals. Squealer is described in the book as a brilliant talker and persuasive. He is excitable and confuses the others with his skipping motions and whisking tail. These actions take the focus away from what he is actually saying. Squealer begins his explanation by using the word "comrades." The use of this word leads the animals to believe he is talking to them as an equal; this would make the animals more likely to believe what he is saying because the animals consider themselves all to be equal. He goes on...

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