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  • Old Major's Speech
  • Rebellion!
  • Singing of Beasts of England
  • Beasts of England, Beasts of Ireland, Beasts of every land and clime ...
  • Beasts of England...
  • Rebellion
  • Store-Shed
  • Old Major addresses and identifies the definition of the animals' lives as miserable. He encourages all of his "comrades" to strive to achieve this rebellion against humans to the best of their abilities and pass the idea on to future generations. until success is achieved.
  • Victory
  • Old Major recollects his dream and the song in it called "The Beasts of England". This song refers to a world with no humans, thus no tyranny. It causes the animals to be motivated to achieve this goal and the repition of this song acknowledges this rebellion. 
  • The Seven Commandments
  • The Seven Commandments 1. Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy. 2. Whatever goes upon four legs...
  • Mr. Jones's carelessnesss led to great hunger in the animals as they had not been fed for a long while. At this time, the animals could not resist hunger anymore and broke into the store shed. All this action resulted in awaking Mr. Jones from his sleep. So, the animals were soon encountered and threatened by Mr. Jones in the shed by whips.
  • Reserving Milk and Apples
  • Milk and apples (this has been proven by Science, comrades) contain substances absolutely necessary to the well-being of a pig.
  • Due to the animals' intense suffering, they counter-attacked their dictators. Mr. Jones and his men were astonished by this revolt; the situation was very hectic. Soon, the men were chased off the farm and outside the barred gate. Therefore, this unplanned rebellion lead to a success. 
  • Soon after the successful rebellion, Snowball set forth "The Seven Commandments" that symbolize the principles of Animalism; the theory of this rebellion for freedom. These rules were to be followed by every animal on Animal Farm (the name of the farm they have captured).
  • The pigs have come to the decision that all milk and apples should be reserved for them as they are the most significant of the animals. They require these resources for the well-being of the farm. Without the pigs, Mr. Jones would return and display his power once again. With this statement, the animals accept the conditions of the pigs. 
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