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Write a continuation of the novel beginning at the point where the novel ends. Could a new revolutionary leader appear? Might Benjamin decide to take a more active role? When and how might the society fail? Free essay! Download now

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Write a continuation of the novel beginning at the point where the novel ends. Could a new revolutionary leader appear? Might Benjamin decide to take a more active role? When and how might the society fail?

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Write a continuation of the novel beginning at the point where the novel ends. Could a new revolutionary leader appear? Might Benjamin decide to take a more active role? When and how might the society fail?

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Twelve voices were shouting in anger, and they were all alike. No question, now, what had happened to the faces of the pigs. The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and from man to pig, and from pig to man again; but already it was impossible to say which was which.(pg. 141 of Animal Farm by George Orwell, (C) 1996 Signet Classics)
“Amelia fetch another glass of wine for our Leader, Comrade Napoleon will you,” Squealer asked after the humans had left looking at the sow he was speaking to with distaste. Amelia went and fetched the wine bringing it back carefully should any of the higher pigs especially Squealer and Napoleon not like her carrying methods and beat her but it wasn’t done without displeasure that much was certain.
“Something has to be done about her, she’s far too rebellious for a sow no to mention the fact that she’s too revolutionary for a lower animal,” a pig remarked.
“I cannot believe that all of you would do this, apparently the standard the other animals have about at least some of the pigs seem to be wrong. The fact that she’s considered a lower animal is an advantage to her as they know her better and she actually does work like they do not to mention the fact that she is very persuasive when she believes it is required of her. We will need to be careful and tread lightly as she is rather clever being the friend of Snowball,” Squealer supplied giving them a sudden idea that they believed would result in them having another master propagandist that would help them control Animal no Manor Farm. They’d have to work on her attitude though as it would never be right for one of their master propagandists not to support Napoleon. Therefore the whips were needed but the pigs weren’t beating her in public that would be far too shameful not too mention that beating her would probably kill her as she refused to eat or drink anything that was bought with Boxer’s death. She didn’t eat much either claiming that all animals were equal and as such no animal should receive more rations unless needed for their personal safety and welfare or as was the case for the sows and other female animals extra nutrients for their unborn children. Amelia left the farmhouse and went to where the paint was kept, but as everyone in the farmhouse was drunk no one noticed her slip out. Amelia found the white paint with which so many bad deeds were done, and aided by a ladder, the paint, a paintbrush, along with a few friends of hers Amelia worked all night painting what would be later known only as ‘The Realization Speech’ though it was never spoken aloud besides being read aloud it was still very convincing and had at the very least convinced the animals that the pigs in the farmhouse were just like the humans but not.
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