BY: CJ Coates
The first trait that Napoleon exhibits is selfishness, an example is when he bends the commandments throughout the story for his own benefit. His second trait is egotism when he named the windmill after himself even though he never worked to build it. He showed both of these traits when he changed the farms song to "Comrade Napoleon" resulting in the animals standing by as he slowly takes over.
Boxer's first character trait was a strong work ethic because he got up two hours earlier than the others to gather stones for the windmill. His second trait was loyalty, to a fault, because he believed so strongly Napoleon that he was blinded from the truth. "Napoleon is always right", the significance of this quote is that horse believed so much in pig that sold him to the butcher, which in resulted in the Boxer's death.
THE LACK OF EQUALITY
The lack of equality is shown through the leadership of Napoleon as the farm supplies are restricted to only dogs and pigs.
ABUSE OF INTELLIGENCE
The abuse of intelligence is occurs as changes the commandments and tricks the animals into believing they are the same.
OLD MAJORS VISION
Old Major gathers the animals in the barn to tell about his vision.
BATTLE OF COWSHED
This battle was the first attempt at Mr.Jones and his men taking back the farm.
BATTLE OF THE WINDMILL
The battle of the windmill was caused by the destruction of the windmill by men trying a second attempt at retaking the windmill
The flag was created out of a green table cloth with a white hoof and wing painted on to it. The representing the independence of the animal farm.
The windmill symbolized the accomplishments of animals thriving without the aid of humans.