Bare animals age and die, and few recall the days before the Rebellion. The animals complete a new windmill, which is used not for generating electric but for cutting corn, a far more profitable endeavor. The farm seems to have grown richer, but only the many pigs and dogs live comfortable lives. Squealer explains that the pigs and dogs do very important work—filling out forms and such. The other animals largely accept this explanation, and their lives go on very much as before. They never lose their sense of pride in Animal Farm or their feeling that they have differentiated themselves from animals on other farms. The inhabitants of Animal Farm still fervently believe in the goals of the Rebellion—a world free from humans, with equalwality for all animals.

There’s a reason you don’t want your prom queen to also be your school president: absolute power corrupts absolutely, and pretty soon she’ll be sending out her minions to stake out the best parking spot. In Animal Farm, the pigs no sooner weasel their way into power than they start taking milk for themselves—and pretty soon, they’ve moved on to harder stuff. Like whiskey. So, is there any hope? Does Orwell offer any model of government that doesn’t just get corrupted?

In animal farm squealer is proposing to be a good hard working man.When all he does is sit on his bottom and watch all the animals work their skin to the bone.Instead of creating a rebellion against Napoleon.He joins to help Napoleon take over animal farm.Although they both told old major that they would do as much as possible to create a farm where only animals live,grow,work and die!

Propaganda is information that is not impartial and used primarily to influence an audience and further an agenda, often by presenting facts selectively (thus possibly lying by omission) to encourage a particular synthesis, or using loaded messages to produce an emotional rather than rational response to the information presented. Propaganda can be used as a form of ideological or commercial warfare.

In William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet he uses fate to bring them together in lots of different ways, he uses fate in the prologue at the start by telling us to young people fall in love and kill themselves because they loved each other so much. “death marked love” Shakespeare was the best book and play write ever to walk the earth, and by using fate to bring the two together and uses god as a guide.

In this scene Juliet wakes up and then really kills herself because Romeo thought she was dead and killed her self

A simile only has like or as at the start of the sentence e.g. As big as a bear . A metaphor is a description of someone like an object I.e. Jack was sitting in the corner like a chair.

In this view the nurse and Juliet agree to let her get married to Romeo even though his friends call the nurse a sail

Also in act 3 scene3 frier marries the loved couple


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