1. A conflict in the novel “Animal Farm” by George Orwell reveals throughout Snowball, who supported Old Majors hop for social justice and equality for the animals and Napoleon who did not seek equality but seeks an unequal, absolute power for himself. The author reveals this conflict through this contrast, propaganda tactics and the actions of Napoleon who had parallels with Joseph Stalin in the Russian Revolution.
2. The theme of the leadership in Animal Farm by George Orwell reveals how leaders can use manipulative language and tactics such as propaganda to gain absolute power which turns them into conflict tyrants. Napoleon appears as a comrade, concerned with the welfare of the animals but, like Joseph Stalin during the Russian Revolution, only wanted to maintain how power for his own purposes and he set up infrastructures which meant that no one dared to rebel against him or if they did were ‘purged.
3.Napoleon’s role in the novel “Animal Farm” by George Orwell reveals how a dictator is able to gain and maintain power. Napoleon uses manipulating language to persuade the animals that he seeks social justice for them as Snowball did. Yet, Snowball Napoleon’s leadership which brings them into direct conflict. However Napoleon has another role in mind. When he has the necessary power and infrastructures in place he changes to become be a deadly tyrant who abuses his power and oppresses or purges any rebels. Orwell’s message is that people should be vigilant of their political leaders’ policies to avoid an abuse of power and oppression. If they remain like dumb animals life and freedom is at risk
The animals trust Napoleon as a leader. “Napoleon is always right.” This is because he seems to share Old Major’s belief that “the evils of this life of ours spring from the tyranny of human beings” Yet, Napoleon was not interested in social justice, equality or power for the animals. He disagreed with Snowball who wants pigeons to tell other animals on other...