Animal Farm Essay | Animal Farm: Napoleon Dominates

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Animal Farm: Napoleon Dominates

Summary: Animal Farm, written by George Orwell, is a fictional account of animals taking control of a farm and operating it. Ironically, the animals rebel because of the injustices done to them by Mr. Jones; yet, the animals find themselves victims of similar circumstances with Napoleon.
Animal Farm, written by George Orwell, is a fictional account of animals taking control of a farm and operating it. Ironically, the animals rebel because of the injustices done to them by Mr. Jones; yet, the animals find themselves victims of similar circumstances with Napoleon. Initially, two prominent pigs, Snowball and Napoleon, assume leadership (They and the other pigs can read.) These two become rivals, but Napoleon eliminates Snowball. Then Napoleon declares himself the sole ruler who will dictate how Animal Farm is to be operated. Truly, Napoleon becomes a dictator who dominates through strength, fear, and trickery.

Strength is one weapon Napoleon uses to control the other animals. His main sources of strength are his "secret police," the sheep, and Squealer. Napoleon `s control of the other animals is strengthen greatly by the "secret police" (dogs). The "secret police," are the dogs Napoleon educates as...

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