Animal Farm By George Orwell

Animal Farm By George Orwell - 975 The oldest pig on the...

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975 The oldest pig on the farm, Old Major, gathered all the farm animals into the barn. He told them of a dream he had about one day animals ruling the world. He said there was to be a rebellion in the farm against their cruel farmer, Mr. Jones. Old Major did not know when the rebellion was to take place but he knew it would be soon. He taught the barnyard a song called Beasts Of England. This song riled the animals up about the rebellion. Three nights later Old Major died. There were pigs to take his place though. They were Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer. They called Old Majors teachings "Animalism." After Old Major died the animals did not think that much of the rebellion as they used to. Two horses did not like the idea. They were Clover and Mollie. The other horse, Boxer, listened to what ever his leader said. The pigs also had trouble with the farmer's tame raven, Moses. Moses said that the rebellion was not a good idea. One day however, the rebellion did happen. After the animals had the farm secure, they made laws called the Seven Commandments. They were like our ten commandments. Then they renamed the farm from Manor Farm to Animal Farm. The pigs learned to read and write by looking at books in the farmhouse. They also learned many other things. The animals had to work even harder than before. They had to harvest the fields without any tools.
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