Animal Farm

How does Orwell shape how the reader feels about Mr. Why per

How does Orwell do this in the book Animal Farm?

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Mr Whymper is a major source of suspicion for the reader and the animals. He represents the Pigs making deals with the humans they claim to dislike and distrust. The common animals are extremely alarmed by his appearance, and the appearance of things he's 'ordered' for Napoleon and the farmhouse. The reader can easily see or feel that his appearance means TROUBLE.


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