Boxer In George Orwell's Animal Farm

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The semi-leading cast member of Animal Farm is Boxer: a loyal,outwitted, hard-working cart horse. Boxer is seen as loyal because he stands by his leader through thick and thin. In Chapter Seven Page 59, Boxer demonstrates his loyalty by saying “If comrade Napoleon says it, it must be right” (Orwell 59). This shows his devotion to Napoleon because Boxer had previously believed anonymous doings as wrong. Although when presented with justification that the wrong-doings were by Napoleon, Boxer drops the argument and sees his leader as being always right. In further perception, Boxer can be described as outwitted because with this old age and the farms deception, he is not the smartest animal present on the farm. A situation that depicts this trait
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