Animal Farm - Study Guide Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5 – Clover, a cart horse, begins to notice suspicious behavior in Mollie. She never works and disappears from time to time. Clover also confronts Mollie with the revelation Mollie has seen Clover being petted by a farmhand at Foxwood. Upon investigation of Mollie’s pen, Clover discovers a pile of sugar cubes and ribbons. Mollie then runs away, and the pigeons report she is now pulling a cart in town.

Throughout the winter, the animals gather together, have votes, and listen to the ideas of the pigs for the coming spring. But Snowball and Napoleon are constantly at one another’s throats in disagreement over policies. Snowball draws out plans to build a windmill, provide electricity, and modernize the farm. Rather than build a windmill, Napoleon wants to increase food production. They also disagree over defense: Snowball believes widespread revolution would mean widespread peace, while Napoleon wants...

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