Squealer's Language In Animal Farm

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In Animal Farm by George Orwell, Napoleon (with Squealer as his spokesman) uses language that intimidates in order to secure a life of luxury for the pigs. The animals discover that the milk and windfall apples are being mixed exclusively in the pigs’ mash; however, Squealer explains that they are necessary for the pigs to perform their duties. “‘Surely there is no one among you who wants to see Jones come back.’” Squealer successfully manipulates the animals in light of the fact that they are fearful of Jones’ reign, which allows the pigs to continue consuming the milk and apples. When the farm begins to engage in trade, the animals question whether it was ever permitted. “‘Are you certain this is not something you have dreamed

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