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George Orwells book Animal Farm is a great book However the characters that the pigs portray are cunning sneaky and sly The seven commandments which are the foundation of their society p21 will all be broken in time The three most important to me are the commandments stating no animal shall kill any other animal no animal shall sleep in a bed and all animals are equal No animal shall kill any other animal This was commandment number six No one ever imagined it would be broken let alone by their leader but it happened Napoleon in an attempt to maintain total control of the farm killed four pigs which he forced to confess to a heinous crime of treason which was punished by death p75 No animals objected to this breach of commandments The next time the animals should look at the seven commandments on the wall they would see commandment number six as No animal shall kill any other animal without cause No animal shall sleep in a bed was commandment number four This commandment was agreed upon by all of the animals the day of the revolution unanimously However the pigs feeling superior would then sleep in these beds p 60-61 The pigs claimed that as the brainworkers of the farm they need this rest while they despise sleeping in a bed They say that even though humans sleep in a bed they use sheets while the pig do not which is the main difference in their beds When seeing the commandments again the animals read commandment number four as No animal shall sleep in a bed without sheets This is different then the animals remember but without proof they will not say anything to Napoleon All animals are equal reads commandment number seven This is one of the last commandments to be broken p 118 but it is the most influential The first step in this was to take the
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