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In the book Animal Farm Boxer was the most tragic character He was a heavy horse who was used for all of the heavy labor He was a tragic character because he worked very hard on the farm and he helped with a large portion of the windmill Once the windmill was destroyed he worked hard once again to build it This proves that he was the hardest working animal on animal farm Whenever things were not going well his solution was I will work harder This shows that he took responsibility for failures that were not his they were failures of the system the pigs had created This is one way in which he was manipulatedThroughout the story Boxer was manipulated by several animals including Napoleon and Squeler Napoleon metaphorically brainwashed Boxer meaning Boxer would do anything Napoleon wanted and not think twice about it He always repeated the statement Napoleon is always right which means that he did whatever and whenever he was told to Although that may be helpful sometimes it showed that he never thoroughly thought about the real situation he just accepted what the leaders told him to doThe final and most vivid explanation for why Boxer was the most tragic character took place towards the end of the story While working on the farm he injured himself at the windmill Once the leaders realized his usefulness had ended Napoleon immediately sold him to the slaughterhouse where was then taken to a glue factory Boxer represented the workers who had labored under the oppression of Josef Stalin after the Communist revolution otherwise known as the working class Similar to how these people were tragic characters in the Russian Revolution Boxer was a tragic character in the story
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