There is a substantial amount of conflicts that occur in this satirical story.Often these conflicts are between the pigs and the rest of the animals.Even though there had been a violent windstorm the night before, Napoleon blames in it on Snowball. Whymper that he would give him four-hundred eggs in return for grain and food until summer came.
The animals all worked hard in the field collectively, and were rewarded with a great harvest season. Clover confronts Mollie about her lacking work ethic, soon after that Mollie disappeared.
Boxer was the hardest worker of all the animals, his personal motto was, “I will work harder”. Snowball and Napoleon had become bitter rivals with one another.
old Major teaches them a song, but while they sing it they wake up Mr. Three nights after the meeting, old Major dies in his sleep.
The animals started to think about preparing for the future rebellion.
The animals then began beating on the humans, who eventually run away for their life.
The animals were thrilled not to be anybody’s slave anymore, they create “The Seven Commandments”. Jones and his friends, Boxer accidentally kills a boy.old Major tells the animals that humans are enemies of animals, because humans force animals to do all the jobs they cannot do.He also says they must work to overthrow the human race.Disclaimer: This work has been submitted by a student.This is not an example of the work produced by our Essay Writing Service.A van came and they thought it was going to take Boxer to the hospital, but the side of the van read, “Alfred Simmonds, Horse Slaughterer and Glue Boiler, Willingdon.” Squealer said that Boxer died at the Wellington Hospital, the Hospital bought the van from the slaughterer, and hadn’t remarked the side. The animals are very sad about this, and buy more whisky. Many years went by on the farm, the only animals from the Rebellion still alive are Clover, Benjamin, Moses, and a lot of pigs. The farm was doing tremendous financially and with food. Napoleon announces that Animal Farm will be called the Manor Farm again. The animals worked so hard, they sometimes thought that it would be better if Mr. Napoleon never came out of the house, or when he did it was a very rare occasion.If anything good happened to any of the animals they would thank Napoleon for their good fortune. Fredrick and two dozen more men attack Animal Farm, and destroy the windmill. Animal Farm | Chapter by Chapter Summary [Internet]. [Accessed 6 September 2019]; Available from: https://