Three days later it was announced that Boxer had died in the hospital in Willingdon, in spite of receiving every attention a horse could have" (Orwell 124).
"Squealer came to announce the news to the others. He had, he said, been present during Boxer's last hours" (Orwell 124).
"It was the most affecting sight I have ever seen! I was at his bedside at the very last. And at the end, almost too weak to speak, he whispered in my ear that his sole sorrow was to have passed on before the windmill was finished. ‘Forward, comrades!’ he whispered. ‘Forward in the name of the rebellion. Long live Animal Farm! Long live Comrade Napolean! Napolean is always right” (Orwell 125).
"Forward, comrades! Forward in the name of the rebellion. Long live Animal farm! Long live Comrade Napoleon! Napoleon is always right" (Orwell 125).
"It had come to Squealer's knowledge, he said, that a foolish and wicked rumour had been circulated at the time of Boxer's removal" (Orwell 125).
Surely, Surely you know your beloved leader, Comrade Napoleon, better than that? The van had previously been the property of the knacker, and had been bought by the veterinary surgeon, who had not yet painted the old name out" (Orwell 125).