During the Russian revolution dissatisfaction of the proletarian lot was further compounded by food shortages and military failures, apparently in the animal farm the animals did not show such a high human-like characteristic. They were just revolute for food and to stay alive.
Therefore, from my point of view, i do think the allegory story ‘animal farm’ has some difference with the reality that it tries to convey. Napoleon is “A large, rather fierce-looking Berkshire boar, the only Berkshire on the farm, not much of a talker, but with a reputation for getting his own way”, an allegory of Joseph Stalin. Napoleon is the main character of Animal Farm. For you he seems like a power-hungry character. Firstly, we can tell he has a cold and calculating mind from he took the nine puppies from the died mummy dog and brought them up to his most faithful subordinates and the most powerful tools to control the farm violently just after the first war when the mother has sacrificed. This conveys that he had plan to take over the power since the beginning already, which suggests the same idea as he was a power hungry person. However, this is the same as the terrorist organisations between totalitarian states during the Russian revolution as how Stalin used them to help himself in order to completed his ambition. After a while, Mr Jones has brought his helper back to take back the control of the farm.
Apparently, we can tell these helpers were not sincerely want to help Mr Jones, but more for their own desire of wealth, land etc. from the last few chapters of the book-when they wanted to go to rob the wealth of the animal farm, they did not even let the old ownerMr Jones to be involved in. These neighbours were actually presenting the neighbour countries of Russia during the Russian Ciliv War, such as Germany, Italy, U.S and U.K etc. For example, in the book the owner of the other farm Mr.
Frederick has signed an agreement with Mr Jones abo…