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A Book Report On "Animal Farm" From The Point Of View Of The Character Snowball

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Animal Farm - SnowballIn the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell, a group of rebellious animals take control of a quiet farm in rural England. The leader dies, and the two pigs, Snowball and Napoleon, take over as dictators.In the beginning of the book, Snowball is trying to get the animals into the right frame of mind. Mollie is upset because there will be no humans to give her sugar, or put ...view middle of the document...

Snowball introduced many new things to the animals. He proposed that every animal should learn how to read and write, so the farm would not be known as the "Illiterate Farm". He drew up plans for a windmill that would power the farm, for lights, heat and an electric milking machine. Gradually, the animals started to look up to Snowball as they did with Old Major.Bravery was also an outstanding trait in Snowball. He created a defense system and had the motto, "The only good human being is a dead one." He was shot in the Battle of The Cowshed while defending Animal Farm from Jones. Boxer especially looked up to him for his bravery.Snowball was know for his persuasiveness, 'out of the box' ideas, and enormous courage. In chapter six, Snowball ran away and Napoleon came into power. But Napoleon was harsh and cruel, and was corrupted by the responsibility and power he had acquired. In Snowball hadn't have run away, and betrayed the farm, he would not have been tempted as easily to abuse his power.

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