Boxer’s never failing cry of, “I will work harder!” is an inspiration to the other animals. Describe Boxers role in the novel and who or what does he symbolise?
George Orwell’s Animal Farm is a historical fable that represents the Russian revolution
In George Orwell’s historical fable Animal Farm, Boxer has an important role and is shown as the inspirational, dedicated, hard-working horse that is literally willing to die of labour for the benefit of the farm and the other animals. Boxer’s cry “I will work harder!” Symbolises the working class of the Russian revolution. Like them, he was submissive and had no choice to believe that whatever his leader said was right.
Orwell’s allegorical novel Animal Farm
Describe Boxer’s role in the novel and who or what does he symbolize.
ask as many questions as you can
think and write about your topic- all that you know.
- what does Boxer symbolize?
- How is he an inspiration to the other animals?
-who does he symbolize in the Russian Revolution?
- Boxer’s never failing cry of “I will work harder!” represents what in the Russian revolution? -do the other animals follow Boxer’s steps and believe that everything the leader (pigs) says is right? - How gullible is Boxer?
- Why was Boxer so devoted to Animal Farm?
- Why does he think that everything the pigs say is right?
what does Boxer symbolize?
Boxer symbolizes the working class in the Russian revolution. He is represented as being the hard worker of the Animals, but is less intelligent.
How is Boxer an inspiration to the other animals?
Boxer shows the other animals just how hard he works by waking up extra early, his strength and will -power inspired them and his never failing cry of “I will work harder!” showed them that anything is possible if you just work harder and that’s how...
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