Was Napoleon a tyrant?
Well, since the proper definition of "tyrant" is someone who seizes political power illegally, then yes, he was a tyrant. From the Latin, "Tyrannus", meaning "illegitimate ruler"
Is it possible that he was a heroic tyrant Or a tyrannical hero. The difference between good guys and bad guys is a close call on the playing field and in the history book. He was often seen as a man with numerous virtues and many faults and it often depends on various personal prejudices as to where he ranks.
Not only was it just Napoleon, but all pigs have abused their power simply by taking advantage of the other animals with there smarter beings. Towards the end of the novel, most of the animals have come to realize the tyrant Napoleon really is but cannot stand up to argue as Napoleon's power has grown to such an extent that almost everyone fears him, even humans.
Julius Caesar was both a hero and a tyrant, it all depended upon how you felt about him . To his soldiers he was a hero but to some of his fellow politicians he was a tyrant. Even today, there are those who consider him a hero and others who would call him a tyrant. Julius Caesar was both a hero and a tyrant, it all depended upon how you felt about him . To…