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We just got done reading Animal Farm, by George Orwell. I cant come up with enough facts for the following questions.
How does Napoloen and the other pigs control the animals through fear and intimidation?
so far i have by 1)by killing other animals right before their eyes 2)Squealer said the Jones would come back if they didn't do what Napoleon said 3)Napoleons dogs put fear into the animals. I need two more!

In specific ways compare and contrast Snowball and Napoleon- 3 ways they compare and 3 ways they contrast.
COMPARE
1)They both want to lead the animals to freedom?
CONTRAST
1) Snowball thinks they should make education commitees. Napoleon thinks they should teach the young animals.
AH! i cant think of any more?!?!?

asked by Maria
  1. http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/animalfarm/
    Read through analysis of major characters, themes... , key facts, and other sections.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Animal_farm
    Read carefully, and check out the external references and links at the bottom of the page.

    Let us know what you come up with.

    posted by Writeacher
  2. OK thanks that helped a lot!

    posted by Maria

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