Squealer In George Orwell's 'Animal Farm'

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#7 Flores, Sergio English II Period.3 September 21, 2015 Squealer In the novel Animal Farm by George Orwell, has a lot of the main character in the story. One of the main animals is Squealer, he is best known as a small fat pig. Squealer is a liar, has a way to convince the animals, always on Napoleon's side, and can turn black into white. For example, Squealer state “ a most terrible things have been discovered. Snowball has been sold himself to Frederick of Pinchfield Farm, who is even now plotting to attack us and take our farm away from us ”(Orwell 79). On this passage Squealer state that Snowball betrayed them, but this is a lie. Snowball can not betray them because he was one of the pigs who fought bravely at the…show more content…
One of the animals did not believe in what Squealer said. It was Boxer, a hard working horse, he said that Snowball will never betray them. He did not believe him because Snowball fought bravely at the Battle of Cowshed. Squealer can convince the animals to anything that Napoleon decides. For example, Squealer stated " You do not imagine, I hope, that that we pigs are doing this spirit of selfishness and privilege"(35). In this passage Squealer was trying to say that the pig can have the milk and apples. He says that the pigs are the most intelligent animals in the farm. Them pigs are brainworkers, the whole organization of the farm depends on the pigs. The pigs need the apples and milk because the pigs watch day and night over their welfare. In addition, without them eating the apples and milk they would fail at keeping the humans away from the farm. If they fail Mr. Jones would come back and take back the farm again. Squealer has a great speaking ability and is able to convince the animals. Squealer is always on Napoleon's side. For example, Orwell stated " the animals were somewhat surprised to hear
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