What issues do Snowball and Napoleon clash on in George Orwell's 1984?

Expert Answers info

David Morrison eNotes educator | Certified Educator

calendarEducator since 2017

write10,220 answers

starTop subjects are Literature, History, and Law and Politics

Snowball and Napoleon clash on just about every issue. Both of these pigs are powerful personalities, and it soon becomes clear that the farm just isn't big enough for both of them.

Snowball is much more ideologically committed to the Animalist revolution that Napoleon. He passionately believes that the best way to make Old Major 's ideas a reality is by stirring up rebellions among the animals at other farms. Largely for selfish reasons, Napoleon...

(The entire section contains 232 words.)

Unlock This Answer Now

Further Reading:

check Approved by eNotes Editorial