Animal Farm Pt. 2

Animal Farm Pt. 2
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  • Napoleon, imposing his newfound power, opens up trade with the humans. He trades for luxury items such as whiskey. The animals are skeptical of this and question why the pigs would need such things. The propagandist, Squealer, makes certain that the animals understand it's for the best and that the Supreme Leader is right. After this, Boxer adopts the phrase, "Napoleon is always right."
  • Don't worry, Napoleon has it figured out.
  • Napoleon is always right.
  • The animals are working harder and harder and Napoleon and the pigs are getting fatter and fatter. The pigs begin to adopt the ways of the humans, by moving into the farm house, wearing clothes, and drinking whiskey. Some of the more intelligent animals think that they can remember a time where that was forbidden by the Seven Commandments. However, the propagandist, Squealer, squashes all thought of that by reassuring the animals the Commandments have never been changed.
  • I will trade you 12 dozen eggs for a barrel of whiskey.
  • Deal.
  • Eventually, four young and outspoken pigs go against the word of Napoleon. The leader sees this as a threat and has them executed, along with several others who were courageous enough to speak out. Napoleon then blames his enemy, Snowball, for sneaking around and planting thoughts of rebellion in their heads. The rest of the animals are very confused by all of this. Boxer justifies the murders by simply saying he needs to work harder.
  • The Supreme Leader is always right.
  • Years pass after the mass executions and not many remember the times before Napoleon. Animals are working harder and eating less, but they don't know any better. Inevitably, Boxer collapses from exhaustion and overwork. Being the hero he is, he attempts to continue, but it's to no avail. Boxer's thoughts are now consumed by those of retirement, and the promises he'll be sent to a doctor for his injuries.
  • I've had a long, hard life. I deserve my retirement.
  • Finally the day comes. Boxer is supposed to be sent off the animal doctor, many of the animals are skeptical of the human but are reassured by Squealer. The truck comes and Boxer gets in. Much to their horror, some of the animals realize that the truck is marked "Glue Factory" and is not a doctor after all. Napoleon, of course, denies this and says that Boxer passed away in the hospital.
  • Boxer passed away in the hospital after three tough days. There was nothing they could do for him.
  • I'm positive that truck read glue factory.
  • More time goes by and the animals are still working hard for the pigs. Napoleon and the pigs often have human guests over, where they drink whiskey and play cards in the farmhouse. Some animals believe they can remember a time that would of been strictly forbidden. The animals hear loud yelling from the farmhouse and rush to the window to see what happened. As they look, they realize something horrid: they can't differentiate the pigs from the humans.
  • Pigs or humans?
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