"Animal Farm" Chapter 6: Napoleon's Dictation

"Animal Farm" Chapter 6: Napoleon's Dictation

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This is the summary for the very dictating chapter (6) of Animal Farm! After Snowball's forceful, unexpected expulsion, Comrade Napoleon takes over as leader of the farm; forcing the animals to work harder than ever!

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  • The laborious process of building the windmill stretched the animal's limitations. Especially Boxer's.
  • I will work harder. Comrade Napoleon is always right
  • Do not worry. We will simply trade with the nearby farms. 
  • We're running out of materials! What should we do?
  • The animals were skeptical, seeing as how making contact with human trade was forbidden. Squealer took care of that. 
  • "Are you certain that this is not something that you have dreamed, comrades? Have you any record of such a resolution? Is it written down anywhere?" (Orwell, 20)
  • Soon, the pigs decided to take residence in the farmhouse and sleep in the beds. Clover was very skeptical about this, but squealer took care of it once again.
  • We have simply removed the sheets, which are a human invention. The rules go only against sheets; a human invention. We pigs need to sleep in beds for our necessity.
  • Oh, okay.
  • One night, the windmill is seen to be in ruins. Napoleon gets everyone on board to blame Snowball for this crisis. 
  • Snowball is the one to blame! He is envious, comrades!
  • Napoleon demands the rebuilding of the windmill to show Snowball that no matter what, they won't stop working.
  • We will work as hard as we can! It's going to take a lot more than that to stop us!
  • I will work harder. Comrade Napoleon is always right.
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