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Commandments from Animal Farm

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    • By: Brittany and Zoe Animalism
      • Animalism is the name given to Old Major’s system of thought. It was conveyed to the animals through Old Major’s dream. Animalism is comprised of the commandments before they were changed and what they stand for.
      Animalism
    • Old Major’s Commandments
      • Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.
      • Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend. (Four legs good, two legs bad.)
      • No animal shall wear clothes.
      • No animal shall sleep in a bed.
      • No animal shall drink alcohol.
      • No animal shall kill any other animal.
      • All animals are equal!
      • Old Major’s commandments represent equality between all the animals. As they work together to form a well-structured farm, all the animals do their share of work in order to earn their rations which they complete without humans help.
      Old Major's Commandments
    • Changes take place
      • As Napolean gains more power on the farm, the commandments begin to change little by little. The animals know that things are changing, but are so conditioned to follow Napolean’s rule that they do not rebel against the changes. Changes that are made allow Napolean to take advantage of the animal’s dedication to the policies of Animalism.
    • Napoleon’s Commandments
      • Four legs good ; two legs better.
      • No animal shall sleep in a bed with sheets.
      • No animal shall drink alcohol to excess .
      • No animal shall kill any other animal without cause .
      • All animals are equal , but some are more equal than others .
    • Napoleon’s Commandments
      • Napoleon’s commandments symbolize the similarities of the control of the humans and the control of the pigs over the animal’s lives. The animals had no freedom when the humans were in charge of the farm and it is no different now with the pigs in charge.
      Say goodbye to freedom!