Animal Farm

mr.whymper's possible motives for helping the pigs. consider how he benefits, what problems he faces with both the pigs and the humans, and whether or not he will continue to benefit from working with the pigs.

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Mr. Whymper is dealing with his former subordinates. Despite the irony, the relationship is still not mutual. Mr. Whymper is only interested in his bottom line. Mr. Whymper wants what most dealers want; they demand goods for the cheapest price possible. To turn a profit, the pigs demand the animals to work harder with less. If there is a benefit for Animal Farm, it will only go to the pigs. Mr. Whymper will benefit as long as the other humans can also deal with cheap farms run by pigs.

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