Comparing Napoleon And Snowwell's Animal Farm

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As Napoleon represents Joseph Stalin and Snowball, Leon Trotsky, it is natural that these two pigs have different personalities. Napoleon is a more fierce-looking character than Snowball, who is known to get his own way. Snowball, in the other hand, is more vivacious and talkative than Napoleon. These two pigs have different views over the Seven Commandments and how other animals should be governed and treated. Besides their differences, we can say that both Napoleon and Snowball wanted the rebellion to happen and supported the idea of Animalism and, consequently, the expurgation of humans from the power. Napoleon and Snowball have different personalities and. In chapter 2, Napoleon is described as being a fierce-looking Berkshire boar, not much of a talker, but with a reputation for getting his own way. However, Snowball was a more vivacious pig than Napoleon, quicker in speech and more inventive. We can notice that, in the first lines of chapters two, there is already a contrast between the two pigs. Napoleon and Snowball also diverge when the subject is how to treat …show more content…

Both supported the rebellion and approved Major’s ideas. Both pigs disputed the leadership of the Animal Farm and had huge arguments upon small points. Both pigs fought at the Cowshed batlle and supported the idea of Animalism or animals in power. Napoleon and Snowball have few similarities and many differences. They diverge in almost all points that can be a divergence and only agree when the is a threat to Animal Farm, such as Jones attack. These pigs have different concepts of how animals should be treated, if all animals should participate in the system and be educated, how the animals should be governed and mainly how to interpret Major’s advises, the principles of Animalism and the Seven Commandments. All these differences culminate in the episode when Snowball is removed from Animal Farm, leading to a farm governed by Napoleon where fear

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