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CHAPTER 2, 3, 4 AND 5
The Commandments of Animalism... 7. All Animals are Created Equal
The cast of characters. You've got Mr. Jones as a manor Farm, Jessie, Bluebell and Pincher (three dogs), Boxer and Clover (horses, male and female respectively), Muriel ( a goat), Benjamin 9 (an old and cynical donkey), Mollie (a silly mare), Moses (a raven), chickens, hens, ducks, two turtedoves and partridge in a pear tree.
Old Major dies. . The animals begin to read and write. The pigs try to educate the farm animals. They use the Food is plentiful, and the farm runs smoothly. However, when the pigs elevate themselves to positions of leadership, a struggle for power begins. We are told that the pigs, particularly Snowball and Napolean, are more intelligent than everyone else. Napolean wins by default. Or by brute force, depending on your point of view.
The animals work "like slaves". Heavy irony ensues. Napoleon starts engaging in trade with the neighboring farms. "Wait a minute", you might say, "i thought there was a rule against trade!" Yeay. That's what the animals thought, too. Talk to Squealer. They also move into the farmhouse. Talk to Squealer again. Snowball becomes the scapegoat, which is particularly convenient when the windmill blows down in gale.
CHAPTER 9 AND 10
Since the collapse of the windmill, the animals are starving. But they try to convince the outside world otherwise. Again, public relations and image control. More scapegoating at snowball's expense. Napolean tries to have him killed by the dogs. However, when Boxer's brute strenght becomes apparent, Napolean seems to change his mind. Boxer's life.
At this point, you may be thinking to yourself that there was some rule about not killing other animals. The animlas thought so, too, but upon inspection find that the rules have been changed. Now it says something along the lines of not killing without cause. Napoleon gets a new name, as "Napoleon" is not majestic enough. Now it is "our leader", Comrade Napoleon."
Animals are no longer equal. The pigs are beginning to take on human qualities - like walking upright. As the animals gaze at pigs and humans, they realize they can no longer tell the two apart.