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Majors death, he preached about a land of freedom and equality for all, but the power struggle between Napoleon and Snowball leads to the corruption of the original rules. However, one of the animals say Snowball was a brave pig. About the fire, I mean. It was these two words dragging animals to think about the sheet rather than living in bed. I disliked the pigs, Napoloen showed what can happen with absolute power.
A pile of straw in a stall is a bed, properly regarded. Animal Farm illustrates the use of power and manipulation through the characters of Napoleon, who gains much of this through the use of fear. When a young boy tells rumours of a serpentine Beastie that inhabits the island, doubt and murmurs spread across the children. Firstly, the pigs broke the laws and tricked the animals by adding words after the commandments in order to gain power and satisfy their vanity. Napoleon and the pigs easily tricked and lied to the animals without their knowledge. While under his manipulation the boys gruesomely murder Simon, who is trying to warn them about the beast, but unable to recognise who he is in their disordered state, they kill him, which leads to the horrific death of Piggy and the violence towards Ralph. The conspiracies of the pigs can be attributed to three aspects: Language Advantages, Psychological Intimidation and Propagandist Effects. The meeting becomes chaotic as the antagonist, Jack, like Napoleon, rebels against his adversarys rules and leaves with the group. Themes of power and manipulation are evident in George Orwells allegory Animal Farm, based on the Russian revolution with animals representing the major players in the debacle, as well as Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, where young children are stranded on a tropical. Similarly, Lord of the Flies also demonstrates the same themes. Squealer successfully made animals think that if they would not have the pigs, they would do nothing. Orwell showed the aggressive way the pigs treated the animals and enjoyed themselves in order to reflect the background of the society.