He is portrayed as a very untrustworthy neighbour. But as soon as she was required to do work and be equals with the rest of the farm animals, she left and fled to somewhere else that would let her regain her benefits without doing work. The animals don't really understand it but think it's exciting enough to stop by Snowball's office daily to see how things are coming along. This continues to dispel the belief Orwell hated and according to which basically all animals act the same. In fact, he and his men had taken up the habit of drinking. This proves that Animal Farm is not simply an anti-communist work meant to lead people into capitalism and Christianity. In other words, Squealer is a method of communication from the top to the bottom with the ability to put the proper spin on the information.
Pilkington can be seen to represent the Allies. . Still, Boxer lacks the intelligence and the nerve to sense that he is being used. After suspecting many people in his empire to be supporters of Trotsky Orwell's Snowball , Stalin systematically murdered many. Orwell says that the two were always arguing.
Benjamin - The long-lived donkey who refuses to feel inspired by the Rebellion. This character represents Adolf Hitler. Do they simply exist to serve? Mollie characterises the typical middle-class skilled worker who suffers from this new communism concept. The only time he seems to care about the others at all is when Boxer is carried off in the glue truck. The world-wide depression began in the United States when the stock market crashed in October of 1929. He walked heavily round the shed, looked closely at every detail of the plans and snuffed at them once or twice, then stood for a little while contemplating them out of the corner of his eye; then suddenly he lifted his leg, urinated over the plans, and walked out without uttering a word. There has also been an arrangement and secret deals.
Moses and the Rebellion After the Rebellion, Moses leaves the farm with Mr. Benjamin seems to be finally confronting Napoleon and revealing his knowledge of the pigs' hypocrisy, although before he had been completely independent. When Squealer masks the evil intentions of the pigs, the intentions can be carried out with little resistance and without political disarray. Mr Fredricks - He owns the neighbouring Pinchfield farm. Just as the windmill was promised to make the animals' life easier, the Five-Year Plans were intended to improve Soviet industry to the point where workers had shortened work-weeks. Again Jones attacks the farm, and although the animals defend it, the windmill is once again destroyed.
Really there are followers loyal to any politician or government leader, but Stalin in particular needed a special police force to eliminate his opponents. The dictator of Russia tried hard to kill Trotsky, for the fear of losing leadership was very great in the crazy man's mind. Jones is an allegory for. Stalin was very weary of Trotsky and feared that Trotsky supporters might try to assassinate him. It almost seems as though the pigs fed off old Major's inspiration and then used it to benefit themselves an interesting twist of capitalism instead of following through on the old Major's honest proposal. At the end of the book, Napoleon doesn't even pretend to lead a socialist state. The animals then start building the windmill, and as time passes the working-time goes up, whereas the food rations decline.
Boxer: The name Boxer is cleverly used by Orwell as a metaphor for the Boxer Rebellion in China in the early twentieth century. Clover The female of the two horses on the farm. Symbolism and Analysis Moses represents the Russian Orthodox church during the time of the Russian Revolution. Many Western governments have had similar problems with their people in this century. He accused hundreds of people of supporting the communist regime, from famous actors in Hollywood to middle-class ordinary people. Orwell uses Moses to criticize Marx's belief that the Church will just go away after the rebellion. The animals hated Moses because he told tales and did no work but some of them believed in Sugarcandy Mountain, and the pigs had to argue very hard to persuade them that there was no such place.
It was noticed that they wagged their tails to him in the same way as the other dogs had been used to do to Mr Jones. Napoleon awards special privileges to the pigs and especially to himself. In Sugarcandy Mountain it was Sunday seven days a week, clover was in season all the year round, and lump sugar and linseed cake grew on the hedges. Mollie: Mollie is one of Orwell's minor characters, but she represents something very important. The windmill represents the massive infrastructure constructions projects and modernization initiatives that Soviet leaders instituted immediately after the Russian Revolution. There is one important difference between Mollie and the Russian aristocracy: the aristocrats fled Russia mostly in order to survive, whereas Mollie left Animal Farm before Napoleon and his dogs start killing suspected dissenters. Sugarcandy Mountain What happens to animals after they die? Napoleon represents the type of dictator or tyrant who shirks the common good, instead seeking more and more power in order to create his own regime.
Gang up, choose your Leader. Jones and then they served a purpose for the pigs. Napolean - Napolean is also one if the new pigs in the farm after the Old Major's death. However, once executions, starvation, and ridiculous work hours take their toll on the animals, Napoleon realizes that having an afterlife to look forward to after their miserable lives are over will inspire the animals to keep working. He tells them about his dream of a revolution against the cruel Mr Jones. Orwell uses Mollie to characterise the people after any rebellion who aren't too receptive to new leaders and new economics.
In this part of the story, the windmill is a symbol of how political rhetoric is manipulated into in the self-interest of the politician. Snowball and Boxer receive medals of honour for defending the farm so bravely. Moses A tame raven that is Mr. In the 1950s in the United States, Joseph McCarthy was a legislative member of the government from Wisconsin. This contention is supported as Orwell describes Napoleon's early and suspicious removal of six puppies from their mother.
Similarly, Stalin created the Five-Year Plan to improve industry in the Soviet Union. It's almost as if he can see into the future, knowing that the revolt is only a temporary change, and will flop in the end. No longer will she get her sugar nice salary because she is now just as low as the other animals, like Boxer and Clover. He naïvely trusts the pigs to make all his decisions for him. Napoleon rears them into fierce, elitist dogs that act as his security guards.