The Loss Of The Animals

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The morale of the animals is in steady decline. They are still shocked from the executions for their comrades. Clover thought she remembered the 6th amendment said, “No animal should kill any other animal”. However when she asked Benjamin to read it he refused. She then enlisted Muriel to the task; she stated that the commandment said, “No animal should kill another animal, without cause.” The animals just accepted that they were mistaken, and that they just forgotten the last two words of the commandments. This is all they could think, as nobody possessed any proof of how it had been. Throughout the year the animals worked even harder than they had worked in previous years. They decide to build the walls twice as thick so no natural…show more content…
He know longer was know as simply Napoleon he had many authoritive titles; the most popular being our leader comrade napoleon. They became to look at Napoleon as a figurative inverse of Snowball. This being because, any fortune or positivity on the farm was directly correlated to napoleon, the same way that they attributed any misfortune or treachery to Snowball; Just as Stalin used this against Trotsky. In place of beasts of England—which was now forbidden to sing—Napoleon enlisted Minimus to compose a poem to highlight his superiority. Comrade napoleon: Friend of fatherless! Fountain of happiness! Lord of the swill-bucket! Oh, how my soul is on Fire when I gaze at thy Calm and commanding eye, Like the sun in the sky, Comrade Napoleon! Thou are the giver of All that thy creatures love, Full belly twice a day, clean straw to roll upon; Every beast great or small Sleeps at peace in his stall, Thou watchest over all, Comrade Napoleon! Had I a sucking-pig, Ere he had grown as big Even as a pint bottle or as a rolling pin, He should have learned to be Faithful and true to thee, Yes, his first squeak should be “Comrade Napoleon!” The general feeling on the farm was expressed in this poem composed by Minimus. This general message of this poem is the absolute superiority of “There Leader” Napoleon. They even go on to say that Napoleon is like the sun in their sky because he lights their soul
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