Animal Farm competency

The story of a animal rebellion against oppression of humans

In Animal farm, Orwell uses characterization especially with the pigs to strengthen the development of the plot

George Orwell uses characterization to develop the conflict between humans and animals as well as reveling the main theme.

The conflicts that help build up the plot

The exucution of the animals conspiring aganist Napoleon, The loss of the windmill, and the final chapter where the pigs become like humans and the banishment of Snowball. This shows characterization by showing the pigs true personalities though the past conflict in the novel.

The government of Animal Farm

The novel animal farm was written to mirror the major events in the Russian revolution. The Animals start off with a Republican government and try to get a democracy going, but by the end of the book it becomes a dictatorship.

Representaions in Animal Farm of the Russian Revolution

Old Major- Karl Marx

Mr. Jones-Nicholas Alexandrovich Romanov the last Tsar of Russia

Napoleon- Joseph Stalin

Snowball- Leo Trosky

Squealer- Russian media

Mollie- Russia's upper class

Boxer- Russia's lower class

Dogs- Military/police

George Orwell and the description of Animal Farm

George Orwell is the author of Animal Farm, a dystopian novel, Animal Farm is the Russian Revolution illusionized with a farm in london, Manor Farms. It is maintained by Mr. Jones an abusive owner to his farm animals. Finally after a speech given by the late Major, a rebellion of animals against humans happens. Resulting in a farm run by animals believed to be a utopia, but ending up becoming a dystopia.
Animal Farm-George Orwell (Full Length Animated Movie 1954)

Quotes that reveal or describe a character

-"Napoleon was a large rather fierce looking Berkishire boar, the only Berkshire boar on the farm, not much of a talker, but with a reputation for getting his way."(Orwell, page 6)

-"Snowball was a more vivacious pig than Napoleon, quick in speech and more in tentative, but was not considered to haev the same depth of character."(Orwell, page 6)

-"No senimentality, comrade" cried Snowball from whose wounds the blood was still dripping. "war is war."-Snowball(Orwell, page 17)

-"Every monday Mr. Whymper visited the farm as had been arranged. He was a sly-looking little man with side whiskers. A solicitor in every small way of business."(Orwell, page 26)

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