Animal Farm

What is to blame for the destruction of the windmill? Where does Napolean place the blame?

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One night, violent winds ravage the farm and destroy the windmill. Napoleon quickly blames the destruction onSnowball. He sentences Snowball to death and offers half a bushel of apples and the title of “Animal Hero, Second Class” to any animal that detains him. There is a track of pig footprints leading to the hedge, which Napoleon attributes to Snowball. Then Napoleon rouses the animals to action, saying, “Forward, comrades! Long live the windmill! Long live Animal Farm!” (83).