Animal Farm - Chapter analysis - Chapter 3

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  • Chapter 3
    • Milk and Apples
      • The pigs show their authority/ superiority against the other animals
        • The social classes become obvious
          • Milk and Apples
            • The pigs show their authority/ superiority against the other animals
              • The social classes become obvious
              • Squealer justifies their taking the milk and apples
                • Fear - Threatens with failure of the farm and Mr Jones' return
                • Propaganda - Benefit of the farm.
                  • Needed for their well-being - they are the brainworkers
        • Squealer justifies their taking the milk and apples
          • Fear - Threatens with failure of the farm and Mr Jones' return
          • Propaganda - Benefit of the farm.
            • Needed for their well-being - they are the brainworkers
      • Early on in the revolution
        • Not all the animals are happy.
          • The Cat is hardly ever seen doing work. Only turns up at meal times
          • Mollie wakes up late and leaves work early. she has a "Stone in her hoof".
        • Napoleon and Snowball disagree on almost every issue
          • Snowball wants to educate all the animals.
            • Napoleon only wants to educate the young
          • Napoleon isn't interested in Snowballs committees.
            • He is developing his own agenda

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