Animal Farm

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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • The protagonist is Napoleon, the antagonist are all of the animals that aren't pigs or dogs like Boxer and Begamin. This story takes place on a farm. It is called the Manner Farm before the animals take over it. The animals change the name to the Animal Farm. The main conflict in the story is the animals always having to fight against a higher power.
  • Falling Action
  • The animals run Jones and the humans off the farm and take over. Everything starts well. They make up 7 commandments and they agree on it all. They each have their own roles and the animals work hard to keep their society going.
  • Conclusion
  • Napoleon and the other pigs start to take charge. They says it is since they are the smartest of the animals. The pigs lead the other animals straight back to the old ways. Once the other animals notice it, it is to late. Napoleon has already completely taken over and taken advantage of all of the animals. He works them to hard and gives them little food.
  • Symbolism
  • The pigs start to do the same things as the humans. Falling exactly into their foot steps. Napoleon becomes a complete dictator of their "new" society. The animals end up realizing things were better before than they are with Napoleon as a leader.
  • Napoleon and the other pigs invite the humans over for a party. The animals look into the window and can't even tell the two apart.
  • The windmill is a huge point of symbolism. It helps represent the communism that was happening while the book was written. It is a symbol of the modernization projects going on in Soviet Russia after the Russian revolution.
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