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Animal Farm

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provides the inspiration that fuels the Rebellion Old Major
main villain of Animal Farm, based of Joseph Stalin Napoleon
Napoleon's rival and original head of the farm after Jones' overthrow Snowball
serves as Napoleon's right-trotter pig and minister of propaganda Squealer
writer of the second and third anthems of Animal Farm after the banishment of Beasts of England Minimus
original owner of Manor Farm, which later turned into Animal Farm Mr. Jones
owner of Pinchfield Mr. Fredrick
owner of Foxwood Mr. Pilkington
loyal, kind, dedicated, hard working, and respectable cart-horse, although quite naïve and gullible Boxer
self-centered, self-indulgent and vain young white mare who quickly leaves for another farm after the revolution Mollie
gentle, caring female horse, who shows concern especially for Boxer;seems to catch on to the sly tricks and schemes set up by Napoleon and Squealer. Clover
one of the oldest, wisest animals on the farm, and one of the few who can read properly Benjamin
wise old goat who is friends with all of the animals on the farm;like Benjamin and Snowball, is one of the few animals on the farm who can read Muriel
Mr. Jones's especial pet;a spy and a tale-bearer, but he was also a clever talker Moses
blindly support Napoleon's ideals with vocal jingles during his speeches and meetings with Snowball The Sheep
first to rebel against Napoleon The Hens
never does any work and absent for long periods at a time The Cat
mothers of the puppies Bluebell and Jessie
Napoleon took them to train them as bodyguards for himself The Puppies
hired by Napoleon to act as the liaison between Animal Farm and human society Mr. Whymper
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