Animal Farm – George Orwell Chapter IX?





I was wondering if any of you brain-boxes out there could help me answer these essay questions on Chapter 9 of Animal Farm by George Orwell?They are:1. Explain how the film attempts to make the audience feel. Choose at least three images or sequences from the film and explain how they create meanings for the audience.2. Which do you think portrays Boxer's death most powerfully, the novel or the film? Give detailed reasons for your answer.3. Explain how the novel of Animal Farm is more than just the surface story. How else can the story be read? Give examples from the story to explain your answer.4. Explain what you understand to be the significance of the betrayal of Boxer within the novel. What do you think Orwell is trying to communicate in this passage?Any help for any of those questions would be much appretiated.Thanks,Lisa.Rr x



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2 Responses to “Animal Farm – George Orwell Chapter IX?”

  1. furnishes says:

    o.o….. sry, cant be much help…due to nt knowing anwser and making you read :)

  2. teachableness says:

    Boxer represents the simple naive mass of people who think its leaders have the same morals and goals as they do. It is given as an example of exploitation of the average loyal hard working peasant. When projects or production fall behind, Boxer is willing to work harder. Boxer is convinced he should work for the good of all, but he actually works for the good of a few. His motto was: ” I will work harder, Napoleon is always right.” He trusted Napoleon and believed his lies of retirement. In the end Napoleon (who represents Stalin) traded Boxer’s life for a case of booze. To the state, individual life is cheap and unimportant.Edit: since I did your homework for you, could you please vote for my answers instead of leaving them to go into voting?