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___________________________Animal Farm by George Orwell


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Animal Farm

 

Important Character List

Major (pig): respected by all, realized need for change

Snowball (pig): great speaker, wanted best; represents Trotsky

Napoleon (pig): conceited leader; a metaphor for Stalin

Squealer (pig): persuasive, excited

Boxer (horse): hard worker, very gullible; metaphor for the Boxer Rebellion in China

Clover (horse): loving, motherly

Benjamin (donkey): cantankerous, rude

Mollie (horse): frivolous, selfish; disinterested in politics

Mr. Jones: the master of the farm; he represents the old government

Muriel (goat): knowledgeable; represents the working class people

Pigeons: symbolize Soviet propaganda to the outside world

Moses (Raven): a clever talker and a spy; Mr. Jones' especial pet; symbolizes organized religion

 

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