An adorable children’s book about the friendship between a cat and a pig. This book is available at Amazon Kindle for instant download.
A comparison between two of Orwell’s major literary works, "Animal Farm" and "1984"
Very cold in winter, the animals struggle to rebuild the windmill. In January, they fall short of food, the fact that they do not hide them around the human farmers, farm animals can be understood as disabled. People believe that Snowball’s destruction of the windmill, the wind turbine to say that only the walls were not thick enough to refuse.
In late summer, the news of Animal Farm spread almost throughout the county. Mr. Jones lives ignominiously in Willingdon, drinking and complaining about his bad luck. Mr. Pilkington and Mr. Frederick, who own adjoining farms, fear that disenchantment will spread among their own animals. His rivalry with others, but prevents them from working together towards Animal Farm. They just spreading rumors about the inefficiency of the farm and morally reprehensible. Meanwhile, animals everywhere begin to sing "Beasts of England", what they have learned from flocks of pigeons sent by Snowball, and many are beginning to behave rebellious.
The years pass. Many animals age and die, and few remember the days before the Rebellion. Pets complete a new windmill, which is not used to generate electricity, but for grinding corn, an effort far more profitable.
Wearily and weakly, the animals rebuild the windmill. Though Boxer remains seriously injured, he shows no sign of being in pain and refuses to leave his job for one day. Clover makes him a poultice for his hoof, and finally seems to be improving, but the coat does not seem as shiny as before and its great strength seems slightly diminished. He says his only goal is to see the windmill off to a good start before he retires. Although no animal has yet been withdrawn on Animal Farm, which had previously been agreed that all the horses could do at the age of twelve years. Boxer hour is approaching this age, and is looking forward to a comfortable life at pasture as a reward for his immense labors.
For the rest of the year, the animals working on a grueling pace to grow enough food for themselves and to build the windmill.Leadership-sized rations Clarinet explains that he simply "readjusted" them, and animals do not receive food unless they are working on Sunday afternoon.
Mollie became an increasing burden for Animal Farm: arrive late for work, accept these men associated with nearby businesses, and generally behaves contrary to the principles of Animalism. Eventually she disappears, lured by a fat, red-faced man who stroked his coat and gave her to eat sugar, now pull his carriage. None of the other animals ever mentions his name.
The animals spend a laborious summer harvesting in the fields. The pigs think of clever ways for animals to use the tools of humans’, and takes part in each animal, each according to his ability. The resulting collection surpasses all that the company has ever known. Just Mollie and the cat shirk their duties. The powerful and hardworking Boxer does most of the heavy work, adopting "I will work harder!" As a personal motto. The entire animal community reveres his dedication and strength. Of all the animals, only Benjamin, the donkey stubborn seems to recognize no change under the new leadership.
Three nights later, the old man dies in his sleep more, and for three months the animals to make secret preparations of the pig old last wish to wrest control of the farm of Mr. Jones. The work of organizing teaching and falls to the pigs, the most intelligent of animals, and especially to two pigs named Napoleon and Snowball.