Animal ideologies can be changed and manipulated

Animal Farm, written by George Orwell, is an allegory in which animals play the roles of the Bolshevik revolutionaries and the population during the Russian revolution. It describes how a society’s ideologies can be changed and manipulated by individuals in a power position. In this book, revolutionary ideas of justice, equality and brotherhood are destroyed during the government of animalism that was led by Napoleon.
Snowball is seemed as one of the most important characters. He is a passionate intellectual and is far more honest about his motives than Napoleon. Snowball wins the loyalty of most of the animals because of his speeches that are the most creative and the best at giving inspiration. Tragically, he is driven out by Napoleon’s attack dogs and apparently assassinated. But, what would have happened if he had not been killed and he had decided to return home. Furthermore, in order to get his revenge he would like start a revolution against Napoleon’s ideology.
I have chosen to write a new end in an imaginary new chapter, so the aim of my written assignment is to show my theory about Snowball’s return to “Animal farm” when the fight between pigs and man starts, and the big changes that would happen. This piece of writing is for everyone who wants to either enjoy one chapter more of that amazing story or know more about the hoped final.
Because of the nature of my written assignment, the register is informal to semiformal. It will depend on the character and the situation.