Animal Farm

Animal Farm

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Chapter 7-10

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  • Chapter 7 
  • We will show our power to the pigs!
  • Chapter 7
  • Confess all your crimes or you will be punished!
  • Chapter 8
  • We need food to be able to continue working!
  • After learning that they must surrender their eggs, the hens stage a demonstration that only ends when they can no longer live without the rations that Napoleon had denied them. Nine hens die as a result of the protest.
  • Chapter 8
  • The animals are led to believe that Snowball is visiting the farm at night and spitefully subverting their labor. Numerous animals confess to crimes that they claim were instigated by Snowball.
  • Chapter 9
  • The following year brings more work on the windmill and less food for the workers, despite Squealer's lists of figures supposedly proving that food production has increased dramatically under Napoleon's rule.
  • Chapter 10
  • As Napoleon becomes more powerful, he is seen in public less frequently and more executions occur. While Napoleon sells a pile of wood to Frederick, who is rumored to be a sadistic torturer of animals.
  • Then we close the deal?
  • The animals begin to build a new windmill. His efforts are again led by Boxer who, despite his split helmet, insists on working harder. Food supplies continue to decline, but Squealer explains that they actually have more food and better lives than they have ever known.
  • Now the animals have more food and a better life, better than they could have imagined!
  • This final chapter represents the complete transformation. There will never be a "retreat house" for old animals as Clover said, and the pigs come to resemble their human oppressors. The completion of the second windmill does not show the rebirth of Snowball's hypothetical vision, but a closer link between the two animals and humans.
  • We make animals become our allies and are not free on the farm!
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