Animal Farm

explain the irony of squealer tearing up as he describes napoleons goodwill,wisdom goodness of heart and deep love he bore to all animals

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Certainly Napoleon is anything but a wise and good leader. The animals spend the following year working harder than ever. Squealer exhorts them to greater efforts, telling them that productivity on the farm has improved enormously since the rebellion, though many of the animals secretly feel hungry. Napoleon, who is now known as “Our Leader, Comrade Napoleon,” and several other flattering titles, is seen in public rarely, and now employs a cockerel as a herald, as well as being accompanied at all times by his dogs. The farm is nothing more than a Stalin-like golag.