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    Napoleon was a smart animal, so smart that he was not really active in the initial rebellion against jones. After the animals had rebelled, and Old Major’s death, Napoleon started to become a leader for Animal Farm. When he was introduced to the novel, the first thing the reader learned about his character was that he was "a large, rather fierce-looking Berkshire boar, the only Berkshire on the farm, not much of a talker, but with a reputation for getting his way". During his leadership, his methods of being a leader were through cruelty and treachery. For example, Napoleon took nine puppies from their parents and began to raise them himself, no one knew why until the other animals see dogs suddenly appear with Napoleon. The dogs were fully…

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    Napoleon who represents Stalin wanted at first a proletariat run government, where everyone was equal, but as time went on both Napoleon and Stalin got greedy with power and both became a communist dictator. With the new communist-run government, Napoleon (and Stalin) did not care about the working class and adapted to a way call capitalism. This created horrible changes for the working class as this economic and political system did not benefit them. In the book “Animal Farm” by George Orwell,…

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    be Omar al-Bashir. Bashir was born in January of 1944 in the Nile Valley of northern Sudan. He joined the military at sixteen and slowly worked his way up to being a torturous dictator. The conniving dictator Napoleon manipulates situations to get to the top in the short novel Animal Farm by George Orwell. Which is a mirror image of the dictator of Sudan. They are similar in their rise to power, laws and polices, and even their cruelties and atrocities. Although Bashir was a dictator from…

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    The story of Animal Farm is not just the the tale of animals following a set of dictated rules in order to be liberated from the so called evil Mr. Jones. Rather the tale seeks to use the character of Mr. Jones to mask the underlying villain, Napoleon, and their character’s allegorical meaning during Russia’s attempt towards westernization. George Orwell, in Animal Farm, criticizes the totalitarian rule of Napoleon the pig, whom mirrors the rule of Joseph Stalin over communist Russia, along with…

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    was which.” Animal farm is taken over by overworked and tiresome animals. Thus attempting the idea of a perfect utopian world with equality at its roots. Unfortunately, the dictatorship community comes back and the animals are forced to work while the rulers, the pigs, sit back and watch. The simple-minded animals live in fear, but do not take matters into their own hands, and simply let the pigs run their lives. Over time, There have been individuals who take action as well as those who sit…

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    In Animal Farm, readers view Farmer Jones and Napoleon as similar, yet contrasting characters. They both hold a strong hierarchy over the animals, but Napoleon is the only true successful leader. Napoleon owes his success to his popularity among the animals, his control over the farm, and his methods of managing the economy. Napoleon is exceptionally popular among the animals in comparison to Farmer Jones. Before the rebellion, Old Major asks the animals, “Is it not crystal clear, then,…

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    among the other animals to start reading and writing. Snowball is a very good speaker and gives powerful speeches meanwhile Napoleon lacks while giving a speech. Snowball is the one who always spoke first and he always came up with the ideas for the farm. Snowball was a more vivacious pig than Napoleon, quicker in speech and more inventive (Orwell 35). Snowball also wrote the seven commandments. Snowball declared that this was just the place for a windmill, which could be made to operate a…

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    long rifle." Joseph Stalin. The visions Stalin had for his country were revealed to the public through George Orwell 's Animal Farm. This novella symbolizes every aspect of the Russian Revolution, including several specific leaders and followers such as Napoleon and Boxer. Napoleon symbolizes Joseph Stalin, and Boxer symbolizes the working class who blindly follow Napoleon. Just as in the Russian Revolution, Napoleon and Boxer have dire consequences on the well-being of Animal Farm; Napoleon 's…

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    Napoleon, From Revolutionary to Murderer Over ten million people were put into the Russian gulags under Stalin’s rule. Stalin was one of the most horrible dictators of all time. How could Orwell represent such a terrible dictator? In Animal Farm, he represents Stalin with Napoleon. Napoleon displays a large variety of tyrannical qualities, but he was not always like that. Napoleon evolves as a tyrant over the course of the book, largely because he gains more power. At the beginning of the book,…

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    In Animal Farm, George Orwell creates the character Napoleon who can be seen as a good leader or a bad dictator. Napoleon increased the animals work and banished anyone who disagreed with him. Napoleon also opened trade with the neighboring farms which have humans. So overall, the farm would of been better off with Mr. Jones instead of Napoleon. However, although Napoleon was a ruthless dictator, he played it well by using fear and manipulation to keep his silence decent. Orwell is trying to say…

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