moses is a bird, and he tells the animals about a place called sugarcandy mountain which is an allegory for heaven.
Moses the raven.
Moses's stories about Sugarcandy mountain provide comfort for animals lacking moral on Animal Farm. Moses and his religiously symbolic appeasement actually benefits the pigs as the animals are diverted.
Sugarcandy Mountain represents heaven. With all of its characteristics, it sounds pretty similar to heaven in my opinion.
The crow Moses talks about sugarcandy mountain. He represents the church preaching heaven in the afterlife.
He talks about Sugarcandy Mountain, where he says animals go when they die but only if they work hard. He represents Rasputin.
moses (the raven) represents religion. he talks about sugarcandy mountain and how all of the animals will go there when they die. He is later banned from animal farm to symbolize the banning of religion.
The situation had grown worse for the workers, so Moses is allowed back to tell them the tale of Sugarcandy Mountain, in order to give them something to look forward to. Of course, Sugarcandy Mountain does not actually exist, and is simply a way to continue to exploit the workers.
One metaphor in Animal Farm is the farmhouse, which represents greed and lust. The gun and flag represent Marxism in the way the animals worship them. Sugarcandy Mountain represents heaven. Milk represents the love and care from mothers to their children.
some quotes of moses can be about sugarcandy mountains or about heavaen or hell,and some about religion