NAPOLEON represents Joseph Stalin
Napoleon the pig is an allegory for Joseph Stalin.
Napoleon represents Joseph Stalin.Napoleon was based on Joseph Stalin, who ruled the soviet union for over 30 years.
Joseph stalin is the boar Napoleon.
Squealer represents propaganda towards Joseph Stalin (Napoleon)
Stalin was Napoleon in the book Animal Farm
Napoleon was used to symbolize Joseph Stalin, a Russian dictator, in Animal Farm
it represents hitler and stalin
Animal farm by George Orwell is an analogy of the soviet revolution. whereas napoleon represent Stalin.
The characters in events represented real people and events in Russia. Examples:Napoleon was Joseph Stalin,Snowball was Leon Trotsky, Stalin chased Trotsky out of Russia with the KGB (his secret police) Napoleon chased Snowball of animal farm with the dogs he trained.
Napoleon, the pig, represents Stalin in real life!
The pigs represent the leaders of the Bolshevik Revolution and the Soviet Union. Specifically, Snowball was meant as an allegory to Leon Trotsky, and Napoleon was used to satirize Joseph Stalin.
Snowball represents Leon Trotsky, and Napolean is based on Joseph Stalin. Stalin was the leader of the Soviet Union from around 1929 until 1953. Stalin had Trotsky killed for being a threat to his rule. I am unaware of Squealer's historical base.
The Soviet Union from pre-revolution until the rise of Stalin
The characters in Animal Farm represent real people, or groups of people, in the Russian Revolution. Napoleon: Stalin Snowball: Trotsky etc
The animals represent the people in the Russian Revolution like Squeler was the propaganda and the Sheep were the people who said yes to everything.Farm= USSRSnowball= TrotskiNapolean= Joseph StalinDogs= KGBOld Major= Marx and LeninMr. Jones= Czar Nicholas
Animal farm the book represents the Russian 1917 revolution. The animals represent russians. The farm represents Russia.
Using his novel Animal Farm Orwell uses the characters to mock the Russian revolution. He does this by using Animal Characteristics rather than using human characteristics, for example Orwell uses the character Napoleon to represent Joseph Stalin from the Russian Revolution, because pigs are greedy for food and Stalin was greedy for power so Orwell created a resemblance between Stalin and a greedy pig.
No, it is an allegory to the Russian Revolution and what occurred with Joseph Stalin and Leon Trotsky.
The right answer is Joseph Stalin.
The pig Napoleon in the story was representing John Stalin as he took power in Russia. Snowball represented Leon Trotsky as he struggled with Stalin for power.
The ribbons in Animal Farm represent the "badge of slavery", which means if the animal works hard he or she is rewarded with a ribbon, and is expected to do work better on the farm.
The Russian revolution
The animals farms characters represent people in real life. The Russian revolution started the ideas of for writing animal farm as the characters are real life people.For Example, old Major is Lenin, snowball is Trotsky, Napoleon is Stalin ( dictatorship etc). George Orwell got all of his ideas from the Russian revolution which create the whole animal farm.
Well he symbolically represented Stalin