Animal Farm

How does Orwell create different impressions of Napolean? What does Napolean's behaviour tell you about leadership in society? (24 Marks)

Include details such as his power and growing influence over, and his growing rivalry with Snowball. Orwell's craft in characterisation , narrative and dialogue to portray attitudes and behaviour.

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This is a pretty huge question. Consider Napoleon as a Stalin-figure. The whole story is an allegory of the Russian Revolution. Napoleon may have started out with similar motives to Old Major but he becomes consumed with power. He forsakes all principles simply for power, pure and simple. With this in mind, check out the GradeSaver link below and scroll down to Napoleon,

Thank you! Do you have anything else that might help me! Like what some of the principles are or any other information that you might include?