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Would rebelling against Napoleon be just as easy as rebelling against Jones?

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Introduction

Would rebelling against Napoleon be just as easy as rebelling against Jones? In Animal Farm, the animals were inspired by Old Major's speech, and it led to the rebellion against Jones. They had their own vision of their utopia, but slowly they became disillusioned as the reality shattered their dreams. Napoleon turned out to be a cold-hearted and self-seeking tyrant. Would rebelling against Napoleon be just as easy as rebelling against Jones? Based on three factors, including the purge, security measures for Napoleon and his control of the food rations, I believe that rebelling against Napoleon would be more difficult. ...read more.

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In chapter nine, Boxer is injured. Soon, he is sent to the knacker's so that the pigs can earn money. Therefore, if the animals tried to rebel against Napoleon, they would be killed immediately. It would be extremely difficult for the animals to succeed, as they would possibly be killed before they see their golden future time. Secondly, different precautions are taken for Napoleon's safety. Therefore, the animals would not be able to rebel against Napoleon by murdering him. First of all, in chapter three, the puppies are taken away by Napoleon. In chapter five, they are revealed to have been trained into such fierce-looking and blood-thirsty beast. ...read more.

Conclusion

Without him, the animals would starve to death. Therefore, if the animals rebelled against Napoleon, he might cut down their food rations. In the end, the animals would have no food to survive. For example, when the hens rebel against him, their food rations are cut down. Other animals are not prohibited from giving them food. As a result, a lot of hens have died of hunger and starvation. Similarly, as food is the key to survival, the animals would die after rebelling against Napoleon. In conclusion, the animals have no ways to rebel against Napoleon. Instead, rebelling would even bring disastrous consequences. Therefore, I strongly believe that rebelling against Napoleon would be much more difficult than rebelling against Jones. ...read more.

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