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Animal Farm - how the seven commandments are adapted.
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One of the Obvious factors of how the old majors speech has changed was the adaptation of the seven commandments, here is how they have changed:
1. Whatever goes on two legs is an enemy
There were two major times of when this law changes firstly it was through the friendship that Napoleon has developed with Mr Pilkington as they were discussing a business deal. However along the story we see how Mr Pilkington and Napoleon gather around the dinner table and celebrate around the table like normal human beings with Mr Pilkington saying, "gentleman, I give you a toast: to prosperity of animal farm" this shows the support from a human being which shows how later on the law of 'whatever goes on two legs is an enemy' is not kept. Another, major default that was created by the pigs and Napoleon was an event of where all the other animals on animal farm were in shock "there is a pig walking on his own two legs" this totally dismisses the law and portrays the pigs as an enemy if the law was followed however the pigs changed this law to "four legs good, two legs better".
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