“Long live the windmill!” he cries. “Long live Animal Farm!”
Around this time, a fearsome storm descends on Animal Farm, knocking down roof tiles, an elm tree, and even the flagstaff. When the animals go into the fields, they find that the windmill, on which they have worked so hard, has been toppled. Napoleon announces in unappalled tones that the windmill has been sabotaged by Snowball. Napoleon passes a death sentence on Snowball, offering a bushel of apples to the traitor’s killer. He then gives a passionate speech in which he convinces the animals that they must rebuild the windmill, despite the backbreaking toil involved.
that is right however all animals use beds the only thing we cannot use are the sheets that cover them!
You will be my solicitor
Napoleon announces that Animal Farm will begin trading with neighboring farms and hires Mr. Whymper, a solicitor, to act as his agent