English Literature: Animal Farm Analysis Chapter Ten

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What happens because Napoleon's power becomes so great?
He doesn't need to use scapegoats or fear anymore - he doesn't even try to hide his totalitarian regime.
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Who is brought up to obey Napoleon's changed commandments? Explain.
New animals - they just accept what they're told, having no education. This doesn't bode well for the future, as there's even less chance that the pigs will be overthrown.
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Even though the farm is rich, how are the animals working?
Harder than ever.
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What was Napoleon telling the animals Animalism meant?
"working hard" and "living frugally"
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Who benefits from the farm having more money?
The pigs and dogs.
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What is ironic about the fact that the animals feel "honour" and "privilege" about the farm being run by animals?
Because they truly believe that they work for themselves and hope that a "Republiv of animals" will still form. All the evidence suggests this isn't true, but the animals have been brainwashed into believing it.
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What are the original commandments replaced with?
One commandment - "ALL ANIMALS ARE EQUAL BUT SOME ANIMALS ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS"
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What does the fact the new commandment doesn't make sense show?
How much Napoleon has corrupted language and how his power over the other animals is absolute.
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How has the revolution become a full circle?
The animals are back where they started.
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What do the pigs do which suggest they are acting like humans?
They carry whips and wear clothes.
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What three things does Napoleon do to remove anything related to Animalism?
He's going to stop the animals calling each other "Comrade" as it shows equality. He tries to erase memories of Major and what he stood for by burying his skull, and he replaces the symbolic animalism falg
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What happens to the name of the farm? Explain.
It changes back to manor farm from animals farm. In more than just the name - pigs and men now look the same.
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What shows the revolution ultimately did nothing?
Napoleon is a tyrant like Jones, the pigs actually treat the animals worse than Jones did.
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Who is brought up to obey Napoleon's changed commandments? Explain.

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New animals - they just accept what they're told, having no education. This doesn't bode well for the future, as there's even less chance that the pigs will be overthrown.

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Even though the farm is rich, how are the animals working?

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What was Napoleon telling the animals Animalism meant?

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Who benefits from the farm having more money?

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