Who Is Boxer In Animal Farm

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Boxer is a 6ft tall, strong, enormous, cart- horse in George Orwell’s Animal Farm. He can often be described as the farms most committed and faithful worker. He is also characterized as a caring horse on the farm. Boxer plays a key role in the completetion of the windmill later in the book and the early success of the animal farm. Boxer is conceivably the better character in Animal Farm because he holds all the elements most of us admire. Horses are universally prized for their strength, Boxer is definitely included in this category. Boxer is a steadfast subject of the farm whose far-fetched strength is a great resource to the rebellion and the farm. Once Boxer learns of Animalism, he drives himself into the rebellions cause. He's a hard worker and his personal slogan/motto is “I will work harder”.…show more content…
He is also introduced at the beginning as “An enormous beast, nearly eighteen hands high, and as strong as any two ordinary horses put together [...] he was not of first-rate intelligence, but he was universally respected for his steadiness of character and tremendous powers of work”. Boxer is one to want everyone to be happy, like a
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