Later in the novel, the pigs quietly allow Moses the Church to return to the farm. Both are intelligent, efficient, and inventive. There's someone of that kind in every society, who has no interest in the politics and leaves in the end. The repeated building of the windmill, with no benefit to the people, is an example of a political promise that's never fulfilled. He cheats the animals out of their timber by paying for it with fake banknotes. In the early years of the revolution they were concerned with the welfare of the common workers; as time passed, however, they began to take advantage of their role as leaders.
Napoleon also symbolises the evil character. In Animal farm, almost everything represents something else. Clover represents those people who remember a time before the Revolution and therefore half-realize that the government is lying about its success and adherence to its principles, but are helpless to change anything. Napoleon - Napoleon is Joseph Stalin, the second leader of the Soviet Union. The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They all would own the same amount of the farm.
Frederick, as in real life, Stalingrad is destroyed by Hitler. Jones is widely despised for his incompetence, his drunkenness, and his cruelty. Old Major is also symbolic of Lenin because while he introduces the idea of a revolution, Lenin introduces the New Economy Plan to Russia Urban 1. In actuality, Napoleon has sold his most loyal and long-suffering worker to a glue maker in order to get money for whisky. She represents the petite bourgeoisie Lower Middle Class that fled from Russia a few years after the Russian Revolution.
The cat does have significance, but it's hard to say who exactly she represents. It should therefore be regarded as a leg. While abroad, he was repeatedly denounced as a traitor by his native country, and wild lies were invented to discredit him. As the Seven Commandments changed, the animals began to notice. Squealer - This pig represents the Russian media, which spread Stalin's version of the truth to the masses. In the novel, Snowball was exiled from the farm just as Trotsky had been in 1929.
Snowball: Snowball represents Leon Trotsky. Orwell and Napoleon use Squealer mainly to show how the increasingly totalitarian and corrupt regime uses propaganda and deception to get its ideas accepted and implemented by the people. He exiled Snowball using his power of the dogs. . Eventually, they are betrayed by Stalin and the Communist party.
Second, Major represents Vladimir Lenin, the foremost of the three authors of the Russian Revolution and the formation of the Soviet Union. After the demolition of the windmill, a pitched battle ensues, during which Boxer receives major wounds. That's symbolism, which is the topic of this lesson. Moses never did any work, except tell stories, primarily of Sugar Candy Mountain an allegory of the Christian belief of Heaven , a paradise where animals lived on after they have died. She eventually flees to live in another farm.
He is of course highly contrasting with Napoleon who is an opportunist. Animal Committees - A representation of the Soviet Committees. It seems like she represents the unhelpful people of society, the thieves and criminals and people who profit over other peoples' work. When he dies only three nights after the meeting, three younger pigs Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer formulate his main principles into a philosophy called Animalism. However, this are not the only symbolisms. Old Major explains the exact same problems as Marx had identified with society in the late 19 th century.
They persuaded any animals who believed in the idea, fearing that the animals may lack in their work. Instead of encouragement, he whips and beats them. Pigs which might represent the communist party, Stalin's friends as well perhaps, as the Duma or Russian parliament. England - Since farms represent the various nations in Europe Willingdon , England is a representation of the entire world. Napoleon used that as an advantage to make the animals agree with what he is doing, claiming it to be Old Major's ideas. However, as Stalin rose to power he became one of Stalin's biggest enemies, and was eventually expelled from the Politburo in 1925, one year after Stalin took control of the nation.