Compare and contrast Snowball and Napoleon’s different goals and leadership styles. How do these differences pave the way for Napoleon to take tyrannical power?
From the onset of the establishment of Animal Farm, Snowball forms committees to increase the quality of life for the other animals, and creates detailed plans for a windmill that will produce energy so that the animals will not have to work as hard. Also, he seeks to persuade the other animals using democratic means, such as at the weekly meetings. Meanwhile, Napoleon is shown as devious, beginning with the theft of the milk and apples for the pigs (though Snowball is complicit in this theft as well), and...
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