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The novel Animal Farm is different from the other books as it is a story that links to real life world events like communism dictatorship and the people that suffer The author George Orwell said when asked I do not wish to comment on my work if it does not speak for itself it is a failure It tells the story of some animals on a farm driving out their farmer Mr Jones They start a revolution which begins very well but ends in tragedy because of one hungry power animal Napoleon a Berkshire pig The leader at the start of the revolution was Snowball he had listened to old major very well old Major gave the idea to the animals for a revolution he died He believed all the animals were equal and treated them well Then Napoleon takes puppies from Jessica the dog He secretly trained to obey his every command Napoleon orders them to kill Snowball This allowed Napoleon to take over it was of terror for the animals which included killings of innocent animals slave labour and not enough food George Orwell intended this to represent real life events In the novel Animal Farm Snowball believes in democracy and organised meetings He is a powerful leader that cares for animals He listens to what they need in improving where they sleep eat and defecate He is brave but vicious He led the animals into the The Battle of the Cow Shed against Mr Jones and his men Snowball was at the front line charging at the men Even though they had guns the still went on However when the men started shooting one of the bullets skimmed Snowballs back He was bleeding but didnt give up Snowball also made plans to build a windmill which would lower the amount of work they would have to do So instead of working seven days a week they would only need to
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