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"Animal Farm" by George Orwell (Report Of Benjamin)
Farm animals went to work for themselves but they have an evil dictator in Animal Farm by George Orwell. Benjamin, the long-lived donkey, is the only farm animal not inspired by the Rebellion and sees that Napoleon is an evil dictator. Even though Benjamin sees no difference from before the Rebellion and after and doesn't want to rebel against Napoleon, he feels bad for the working animals and especially Boxer.
Benjamin sees no difference from before the Rebellion and after. "Old Benjamin, The donkey, seemed quite unchanged since the Rebellion." (Orwell 47) This shows that Benjamin hasn…
- "Animal Farm" by George Orwell (Report Of Benjamin)
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