The attitude you have towards work can be greatly influenced by how the person in charge runs things. This statement is true in George Orwell’s allegorical novella “Animal Farm.” The attitudes of the animals of Manor Farm (later changed to Animal Farm) change depending on who is in charge of it. Under Mr. Jones’ rule, the animals were overworked, tired and starved, and they did work only to avoid being beaten. Under the reign of Snowball and Napoleon, the animals were tired but they were well fed and happy to do work. This is because the work they did benefited themselves, rather than humans who gave nothing back to them. Finally, under Napoleon’s supremacy, the animals liked work less and less because they were tired, overworked and underfed.. So, as you can see, the person who is in control of animal farm affects the way the animals feel about work.
Mr. Jones was the cruel owner of Manor Farm, later changed to Animal Farm. While he was in control he starved, overworked and beat the animals to get them to work harder so he could earn a greater profit. (QUOTE) The animals feel enraged due to the fact that Mr. Jones makes them work so hard for his own gain and then gives nothing back to them. The animals end up revolting against him, running him off the farm and claiming it for themselves. So, since Mr. Jones was such a bad ruler, the animals had a negative attitude towards him and the work he made them do.
After the passing of Old Major, Napoleon and Snowball gained control of Animal Farm, formerly known as Manor Farm. Snowball had a persuasive voice, was very intelligent and was an overall good leader.Napoleon, on the otherhand, was not a great public speaker, was not as intelligent as Snowball, nor was he as good a leader. Under their govern, they ran the farm smoothly.All animals were fully fed and the work the animals put into the farm, they got back. (QUOTE) By being able to benefit themselves rather than a greedy human, the animals were glad to get...
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