Animal Farm: Characters and Their Roles

Animal Farm: Characters and Their Functions

Old Major (description)
The earliest pig on the farm. He’s the leader of the animal throughout Jone’s time and passes away early on in the book. He inspires the animals to rebel and sets the guidelines for animalism.
Old Significant (quote)
“That is my message to you, associates: Disobedience!”
Old Significant (role in novel)
This character represents Karl Marx. He inspires the animals’ disobedience versus Jones. He also sets the rules of animalism.
Snowball (description)
A pig on the farm who is a great leader. He is wise and takes a lot of interest in military methods. He desires what’s finest for the animals, however got exiled by Napoleon.
Snowball (quote)
“________ made a little speech, stressing the requirement for all animals to be prepared to crave Animal Farm.”
Snowball (function in unique)
This character represents Leon Trotsky in real life. His purpose is to assist lead the animals after the rebellion.
Napoleon (description)
The primary leader on Animal Farm. He is a pig who ends up being corrupt and extreme like a dictator. He manipulates the animals and makes a lot of new rules together with breaking the old ones.
Napoleon (quote)
“_________ emerged from the farmhouse, using both his medals (for he had just recently awarded himself “Animal Hero, First Class,” and “Animal Hero, Second Class”), with his nine huge pets frisking around him and saying grumbles that sent out shivers down all the animals’ spines.
Napoleon (function in unique)
This character represents Joseph Stalin. His role is the controller (dictator) of animal farm who makes all of the choices.
Squealer (description)
A brilliant pig speaker who canvases for Napoleon and all of his concepts. He is a firm follower in Napoleon and speak to the animals after Napoleon’s statements.
Squealer (quote)
“He was a fantastic talker and when he was arguing some difficult point he had a method of skipping from side to side and whisking his tail which was somehow extremely convincing. The others said of ______ that he could turn black into white.”
Squealer (function in novel)
This character represents Stalin’s federal government news company. In the book their role is a propagandist for Napoleon.
Boxer (description)
A not really smart, however exceptionally strong horse. He is really faithful and hardworking. He winds up passing away in the end from being too dedicated and hard-working.
Boxer (quote)
“_____ was a massive beast, nearly eighteen hands high, and as strong as any 2 common horses created.”
Fighter (quote)
“I will work harder. Napoleon is constantly right.”
Boxer (role in unique)
This character represents the employees throughout the Russian Rebellion. His role in the book is to influence the animals to be more devoted and work harder.
Clover (description)
A horse who took care of the care of others. She was a good friend of Fighter. She wasn’t the smartest, but she recognized that their way of living is not how it was expected to be.
Clover (quote)
“_______ was a stout motherly mare approaching middle life, who had actually never rather gotten her figure back after her fourth foal.”
Clover (function in unique)
This character also represents the employees throughout the Russian Disobedience. Her function in the book is to watch out for other animals and she likewise rather brought awareness to the problems occurring after the Rebellion.
Mollie (description)
She was a quite white mare who was extremely conceited and just appreciated herself and material items (i.e. sugar and ribbons.) She concealed throughout the Rebellion.
Mollie (quote)
“The stupidest concerns of all were asked by _______, the white mare. The very first questions asked Snowball was: ‘Will there still be sugar after the Disobedience?'”
Mollie (role in unique)
This character represents the old Russian upper class who resisted change. She didn’t like all of the change that took place throughout the Disobedience.
Old Benjamin (description)
This is the earliest of all the animals. He does not like modification and is extremely quiet. He might be compared to Eyeore.
Old Benjamin (quote)
“______ was the earliest animal on the farm, and the worst tempered. He rarely talked, and when he did it was usually to make some negative remark.”
Old Benjamin (role in unique)
This character’s role is standard and really negative.
Sheep (description)
This is a group of animals who are very dumb and can only talk if they repeat whatever Napoleon or Squealer makes the effort to teach them.
Sheep (quote)
“4 legs excellent. 2 legs bad.”—- > “Four legs great. 2 legs better.”
Sheep (function in novel)
This group of animals simply follow in addition to whatever Napoleon and Squealer say without actually thinking or questioning.
Minimus (description)
A pig who composed tunes and poems about Napoleon promoting him and his concepts.
Minimus (quote)
“______, the poet, had made up another song which began …”
Minimus (role in unique)
This character’s function is to assist motivate Napoleon and make him appear better than the other animals. He makes tunes and poems and so on that honor Napoleon in order to improve his power.
Moses (description)
A religious raven who informs the characters about Sugarcandy Mountain. He escapes for a while and likewise does no deal with the farm.
Moses (quote)
“He was still quite unchanged, still did no work, and talked in the exact same strain as ever about Sugarcandy Mountain.”
Moses (role in unique)
This character represents the Russian Orthodox church. In the book, he motivates the animals and gives them hope of something better beyond the lives they lived.
Muriel (description)
A white goat who can read well, although she does not always remember everything. She’s likewise friends with Clover.
Muriel (quote)
“But a few days later on, ________, reading over the Seven Rules to herself, discovered there was yet another of them which the animals had remembered incorrect.”
Muriel (function in unique)
This character’s function is to check out guidelines for the animals and help raise questionability about the Rebellion.
Farmer Jones (description)
The farmer prior to the animals rebel. He treats the animals badly and is frequently intoxicated and absent-minded.
Farmer Jones (quote)
“… he lurched throughout the lawn, started his boots at the back door, drew himself a last glass of beer from the barrel in the scullery, and made his way up to bed …”
Farmer Jones (function in unique)
This character represents Czar Nicholas II. He likewise kick-starts the animals’ rebellion by treating them poorly and unfairly.
Pets (description)
These are 9 little animals who were taken early on in life by Napoleon. They are trained to be his protectors and end up being very big and relentless.
Dogs (quote)
“At this there was a horrible baying sound outside, and nine huge _________ using brass-studded collars came bounding into the barn. They rushed directly for Snowball, who just derived from his location just in time to leave their snapping jaws.”
Dogs (function in unique)
The pet dogs represent Stalin’s military agency. In the book they provoke fear into the animals so that they will comply with Napoleon and his guidelines.
Pilkington (function in unique)
This farm represents Terrific Britain. In the book it causes difference often (i.e. where to sell the wood)
Frederick (function in unique)
This farm represents Germany. It attacks Animal Farm as soon as, but loses the Fight (Battle of the Windmill.) This farm likewise gave Napoleon forged bank notes.
Mr. Whymper (role in unique)
This character represents the outdoors world’s view on animal farm. He reoccurs communicating with Napoleon and bringing Animal Farm the supplies they require.
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