Napoleon's Domineering Personality

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Napoleon’s domineering personality makes life on the farm exceedingly demanding. For example, Napoleon and the other pigs decide that the leadership shall go to the pigs without a vote from any other animal. “The pigs did not actually work, but directed and supervised the others,” ( ). This shows that the pigs are lazy and are trying to get out of work by ‘directing’ the other animals. Furthermore, this also illustrates that the pigs are already beginning to order around the animals and treat them like slaves. Let alone the fact Napoleon is having the pigs direct the animals, he just presumes that pigs should be in charge because they are smart. “With their superior knowledge, it was natural that they should assume the leadership,”

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