Animal Farm


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  • Exposition
  • Inciting Incident
  • The Seven Commandments of Animalism
  • Rising Action
  • The exposition is when Old Major is telling all of the animals of Manor Farm about his dream of the animals living a free life.
  • Climax
  • The inciting incident is when Old Major dies and the pigs take over. The pigs begin to learn to read and write in private and they also begin teaching the other animals this new skill. The Seven Commandments are established.
  • Falling Action
  • The rising action is when the animals get rid of Mr. Jones by starting a rebellion. Then Napoleon and Snowball argue often about different methods of leading and teaching the other animals. The arguing progresses until one day, Napoleon brings out the dogs he trained since they were puppies, and chases Snowball off the farm.
  • Resolution
  • Climax- Now that Snowball is off the farm, Napoleon has total power. He also uses Snowball as an excuse for incidents happening on the farm. Napoleon also accuses other animals of conspiring with his old rival, Snowball, and has them confess, then has his dogs kill them by tearing out their throats.
  • The falling action is when the animals face the neighboring farmers in another battle, remembered as The Battle of the Cowshed. The animals work on rebuilding the windmill, which was rumored destroyed by Snowball. Boxer becomes too severely injured from all of his hard work, and he is taken away by the knacker.
  • The Knacker
  • The resolution is when the farm has come to a full circle and it is where it is before Animalism was established and before the rebellion. The pigs have become humans and the humans have become animals.
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