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Thursday, November 4, 2010

Animal Farm Dialectical Journal

Animal Farm

 "...Immediately the dogs bounded forward, seized the pigs by the ear and dragged them, squealing with pain and terror, to Napoleon's feet.  The pigs' ears were bleeding..." Page 55

"The three hens who had been ring leaders in the attempted rebellion over the eggs now came forward and stated that Snowball had appeared to them in a dream and incited them to disobey  Napoleon's orders.   They too were slaughtered." Page 56

These two quotes I picked was explaining that if someone didn't do any of Napoleon's orders or thinking of not obeying Napoleon's orders, they would be put to their death in an instance.  Why would Napoleon do that?  One of the rule say that, " No animal shall kill any other Animal," he made this rule, Why would he break his own rule?  That rule was later on changed after other animals that would think of disobeying Napoleon's orders have been killed by Napoleon, himself,  and his dogs.   I think, he would break this rule because he wants others to show respect for him, and he also wants to be their own leader.  

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