What are Boxer's character traits, personality, and interactions? include supporting details.

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Boxer was a loyal, hard-working, and caring member of the animal society. Here is how we see each at work:

Loyalty: Regularly Boxer would say "Napoleon is always right." This shows his commitment to his leader. Moreover, he would rise early and work longer on the windmill because he...

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Boxer was a loyal, hard-working, and caring member of the animal society. Here is how we see each at work:

Loyalty: Regularly Boxer would say "Napoleon is always right." This shows his commitment to his leader. Moreover, he would rise early and work longer on the windmill because he had the strength to and he knowing so, he did this to relieve other animals who were weaker from more work.

Hard-working: Boxer also regularly said, "I will work harder." This maxim was a true statement reflecting his commitment and he worked himself to death. After hauling for years, his body aged and finally gave out. The commitment to work more hours of the day at each announcement of the need for more work demonstrated this trait as well.

Caring: I think Boxer saw a better future and believed in the false visions given by Snowball and Napoleon. I believe this because of his loyalty and hard work. I think he saw a better life for his friends.

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