The pigs are recognized as the cleverest of the animals. The three most important pigs are also given distinguishing human traits. What traits are given to Snowball? To Napoleon? To Squealer? Why are they important?

The pigs are recognized as the cleverest of the animals. The three most important pigs are also given distinguishing human traits. What traits are given to Snowball? To Napoleon? To Squealer? Why are they important?

The pigs are recognized as the cleverest of the animals. The three most important pigs are also given distinguishing human traits. What traits are given to Snowball? To Napoleon? To Squealer? Why are they important? As comradeship spread throughout the farm, it seemed that the pigs were the most important. They took on the leadership roles and did the least work, but in response they said that it was because they were the most intelligent, and the best suited for these jobs. Three of the pigs, Snowball, Napoleon and Squealer, had distinguishing human traits. Snowball seemed to think for the good of the whole. He wanted to educate everyone, young and old, and he put forth committees and movements in order to improve the entire “Republic of Animals’. He seemed to focus on the present situation, but have less emphasis on the future. In his resolutions and debates resulting from them, he seemed to be able to persuade everyone except one person, Napoleon. Napoleon would often disagree with Snowball. Whenever Snowball proposed an idea that seemed to be logical, Napoleon would oppose it. Napoleon also was opposed to teaching the entire farm, and took the puppies of Jessie and Bluebell in order to educate them in his own ways. It was also mentioned that they were soon forgotten. This showed that Napoleon was more interested in preparing for the future, instead of “wasting’ effort on the present. Squealer seemed to be unlike both the other pigs, and did not participate in the debates, or involve himself in education or any other matters. He did seem to try to take advantage of the present situation, however. The animals found out that the milk was going into the pigs’ mash, and that they required the apples as well. When the animals protested, he replied that it was for their well-being, and if they were not well, then Jones would come back. This allowed the pigs to keep the milk, and most of the apples t…


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