To be honest, I am not angry about the pigs. In any society, there is always some people who successfully took advantages of others. The ridiculous speech made everyone silent because the pig had seen them through and knew what scared them most. It happens all the days. Someone is afraid of losing a steady revenue, so he stuck to a boring job all his life. Someone jumped the queue and no one dare criticize him for the fear of being insulted or even hit. To some extent, everyone is the perpetrator and the victim at the same time.
When there is society, there is social class. It is not easy to cross the boundaries of rank where someone was born. But the crossers shows up at times. Why the pigs became the supervisors? What's the difference between them and the others? The answer is obvious. Their capacity of learning is far beyond. Times changed, some embrace the new era, some stayed the same. Their lives are the results of their own choices.
When I read the part of slaughter union,for a second I thought the 4 pigs were playing as asked for there was no way Snowball was in league with Jones. But their sudden death and the following massacre were kind of out of expect. Did Napoleon need that much death to confirm Snowball's crime? And their confession seemly concerning Snowball was not very convincing.
I kind of expected another revolution during my reading, but this expectation has been reducing as I went on. Every time when I read that the animals were pround of being members of the animal farm because they worked for themselves and run the farm by themselves, I wondered if it was fortunate or pitiful to think that way. Until the end, I still did not find the answer.
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