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The Seven Commandments 1)Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy. 4) No animals shall sleep in a bed.... 6) No animal shall kill any other animal.....
On Manor Farm The animals all gathered in the night to hear from the wise Old Major. Inside the barn that night Old major promised of a new life. One free of all humans where the farms were run by all animals alike
The animals rebel against their farmer. Not long latter the animals start the former their own society. Having government and leaders, education each other. The establish rules for them self creating power in certain animals and claiming to be equal but forming different power groups on the farm.
Napoleon drives out snowball and takes control of the farm with the 9 dogs that he had taken away from their mothers when they were born. Napoleon tries to take and propoe Snowballs idea for the windmill as his own, and has the farm start to build it up
Napoleon begins to blame Snowball, the pig he chased away, for incidents happening on the farm. Using Snowball as a scapegoat, Napoleon begins to purge the farm, accusing other animals of conspiring with his old rival, and attacking them with dogs.
The animals become convinced that they were better off with the farmer, Mr. Jones, than the tyranny that has come to be. Things get progressively worse on the farm. Animals are worked to the point of collapsing, and it is clear that the commandments have been rewritten.
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.
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