Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer are all characters in the novel, Animal Farm. The book was written by George Orwell, and published in August of 1945.
Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer.
Napoleon, Squealer, and Snowball.
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Old Major, Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer.
Squealer represents the propaganda; he becomes Napoleon's own propaganda and spreads lies about Snowball that come from Napoleon himself.
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Because Napoleon isn't much of a talker He needs Squealer to help him to be powerful, using propaganda
The farmhouse is ordered to be used as a museum by Snowball, but after his expulsion, Napoleon and the other pigs (Squealer, Pinkeye and Maximus) lived in it.
Well, Napoleon is obviously more interested in dictatorship than Snowball. Plus, Napoleon makes all kinds of changes to the original commandments of all animals. Snowball eventually plans to build a windmill but Napoleon urinates on his blueprints. Then, Snowball is ran out of the farm by Napoleon's dogs that he stole from Blue Bell and Jessie. Napoleon is soon the dictator of Animal Farm and blames everything on Snowball. Squealer is Napoleons first mate who explains everything that Napoleon does is right when it's really only benefiting the pigs.