Content: In Chapter One of 'Animal Farm' it is clear that Mr Jones is an allegory for Tsar Nicholas II., The pigs in 'Animal Farm' are allegories for the leaders of the Russian Revolution of 1917., In Chapter Two of 'Animal Farm', the animals start a spontatenous rebellion and end up in charge of the farm. , When Boxer hears that animals aren't allowed to wear clothes, he throws the hat which keeps the flies off of him in the summer into the fire., The animals call each other 'comrade', which is what Communists frequently referred to each other in the Russian Revolution. , In Chapter Two Mollie, the pretty horse, is caught dressing up in ribbons at Mrs Jones' dressing table., Analysis: Mr Jones is an effective allegory because he is a different species to the animals on the farm. This highlights the difference between the Tsar and his peasants. , George Orwell chose pigs to portray the leaders of the revolution because th connotations of these animals include greed and intelligence., Boxer's self sacrificing act to burn the hat that helps him work demonstrates that he is loyal almost to a fault., The word 'comrade' has connotations of friendship, equality and fraternity. It is ironic given that Napoleon is using it whilst stealing milk from the other animals., Orwell's use of verbs after the revolution - including 'rolled', rushed', 'hurled' and 'gamboled' portray the enthusiasm and energy the animals feel after their rebellion., When Orwell tells us that only the pigs can read, he is implicitly telling his audience that the animals aren't so equal after all, foreshadowing future events. ,
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