ANimal Farm

ANimal Farm

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  • The Commandments of Animalism​... 7. All Animals are Created Equal
  • On the Manor Farm, Old Major, gathers the animals for a meeting and inspires the animals to revolt. Although he dies, two pigs, Napoleon and Snowball, vow to continue his work, and lead the others to make the farm their farm
  • The animals begin to read and write and have beliefs. The no good just go with the flow animals begin to read and write and become to be smart. They use the commandments to educate all the young and start to control them.
  • As leader, Napoleon enacts changes to the goverment of the farm, replacing meetings of all animals with a committee of pigs who will run the farm. Eventually, Napoleon's becomes paranoid that someone will try to overthrow him such as snowball.
  • Napoleon begins to blame Snowball for everthing, 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 so the pigs look better and follow them .
  • 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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