Old Major reminds the animals of how hard they have had to work for Mr. It is due to his cruelty and autocratic behaviour that animals on the farm decide to rebel against him. While Jones' tyranny can be somewhat excused due to the fact that he is a dull-witted drunkard, Napoleon's can only be ascribed to his blatant lust for power. She abandons Animal Farm and puts herself into service for another human well before totalitarianism even takes hold on the farm. But by the time the animals realize what is going on Napoleon has taken control and is ready for any objections. He lies to them, rewriting history and reading them encouraging, but false, statistics.
In addition to his laurels in the exhibition world, Major is highly respected among his fellow farm animals. The Animals An old boar whose speech about the evils perpetrated by humans rouses the animals into rebelling. Snowball seems to win the loyality of the other animals and secures his power. Ironically, Napoleon the pig becomes almost obsessed with drinking and eventually changes the commandments to suit his needs. Jones spends his days getting drunk in the bar and complaining about his animals to the other farmers. Day and night we are watching over your welfare.
Also, he the chief thinker after the Old Major. Napoleon rears them into fierce, elitist dogs that act as his security guards. Pilkington can be seen to represent the Allies. It saddens the responder and invites their empathy to find Boxer to be so oblivious to what is going on around him and at the same time his level of incomprehension creates a feeling of slight frustration in a sympathetic type of sense. We see this event reflected in Chapter Nine when Moses suddenly returns to the farm, talking again about Sugarcandy Mountain. Jones, George Orwell portrays how the culture and experiences that individuals encounter during their life, shape biases and inclinations that affect their actions and decisions.
In that moment, the animals attack Mr. None of the animals could form any idea as to what this meant, except old Benjamin, who nodded his muzzle with a knowing air, and seemed to understand, but would say nothing. Moses A tame raven that is Mr. He is also a brilliant orator. Napoleon Napoleon, one of the three pigs who originally helped spearhead the rebellion on Manor Farm, becomes the supreme leader of the animals over time.
Despite his strength, he is sensitive to the feelings of others. Character 2 Old Major The Old Major is an old boar having large tusks. When he returns, he still insists on the existence of Sugarcandy Mountain. We can assume that the medicine, being pink, is the antacid Pepto-Bismol, hardly useful to someone on his deathbed. A porker pig who becomes Napoleon's mouthpiece.
The way he is portrayed as a down-to-earth, uncomplicated character who suffers because of his own good nature is most upsetting. Napoleon, a Berkshire boar is the main tyrant and villain of Animal Farm and is based upon Joseph Stalin. His religious persona is exacerbated by the fact that he is named after a biblical character, Moses. Fighting bravely in the Battle of Cowshed, Boxer loses his life by working incessantly without rest. This section contains 429 words approx. He is the only Berkshire boar on the farm. But Boxer recants his doubts when he learns that the altered story of the battle is directly from Napoleon.
When he tries to recapture his property, they defeat him, steal his gun, and drive him off again. He is the oldest animal on the farm and stereotypically stubborn and crotchety. He is one of the animals who remains alive at the end of the novel. Throughout the novel, he displays his ability to manipulate the animals' thoughts through the use of hollow yet convincing rhetoric. He has been shown as the shrinking British Empire during the time of the Russian Revolution.
He is able to establish a ruling built off of violence and deceit. Orwell creates the Old Major to represent Karl Marx. As a speaker, Snowball used intelligence, logic, and rhetorical skills; because of those talents, he was one of the prime candidates for presidency of the farm Overall Analysis: Characters. Mollie The white mare that draws Mr. Moses represents religion, which gives people hope of a better life in heaven. His solution was to work harder, getting up an hour earlier each morning to do so. Jones As the animals continue to meet to talk about a new way of doing things, which they called Animalism, a few of the animals remained loyal to Mr.