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Animal Farm Essay In this novel the author George Orwell satirizes human behavior He does this by representing unions or groups of people with various sorts of animals In this novel certain animals play different roles in the society of animals I am going to describe the following animals Boxer Napoleon Snowball the dogs and Moses Each of these animals are significant towards the theme I will also depict their human counterpart and how they represent that certain group Boxer Boxer who is a large farm horse is very hard working and honest horse The rest of the farm animals respect him because of his amazing ability to do the workload of 2 horses His solution to every problem is I will work harder He is not very intelligent but he makes up for it with his tough endurance and work efforts In the novel he plays a big role he was one of the main animals to lead the actual revolution when they drove the farm men out of the farm He then later defended the farm twice when humans made their efforts to take the farm over both times managing to drive the humans back off the territory Napoleon often took advantage of Boxers loyalty and later on Boxer became so devoted to his leader his slogan became Napoleon is always right Although Boxer was an inspiration to the other animals when he got old the man he devoted all of his loyalty and hard work to Napoleon sold him to some humans and he was made into glue George Orwell used Boxer to symbolize the hard workers of the world who are used by a higher class of people to advance their own goals Snowball Snowball is one of the leaders of animal farm He and Napoleon were the two leaders who were the designated speakers and help organize the animals after the revolution Snowball is known for
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