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For the rest of the year (since Mr.Jones was exiled), the animals work at a backbreaking pace to farm enough food for themselves.
All animals work on Sunday and, if you miss a day, a ration of food will upon your midst!
As existing supplies of items (nails, string, dog biscuits, etc.) begin to run low, Napoleon announces that he has hired a human solicitor, Mr. Whymper, to assist him in starting trade .
I've made the decision to commence trade with the outside world using a it of help..... human help
Mr. Whymper begsn paying a visit to the farm every Monday, and Napoleon places orders with him for various supplies.
I'm gonna need some strings, nails, and some dog biscuits
A fearsome storm descends on Animal Farm. When the animals go into the fields, they find, to their horror, that the windmill, on which they have worked so hard, has been toppled.
Our windmill we worked so hard on. Who did this to us?
So Napoleon blamed Snowball for this terrible mishap, to get some heat off his back, and put Snowball on the death sentence.
HOW COULD YOU SNOWBALL. THE ANIMALS WORKED HARD. THE DEATH SENTENCE IS UPON YOU
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