Last Updated on October 26, 2018, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 227
- What is different about this year’s harvest?
- What does Boxer adopt as his motto?
- What do the animals do on Sundays?
- Do Snowball and Napoleon get along?
- Why don’t any animals except pigs submit resolutions for debate?
- What does Snowball want to focus on at the farm?
- What does Napoleon want to focus on?
- What happens to Jessie’s and Bluebell’s puppies?
- What has been happening to the milk?
- What does Squealer explain about the milk and apples?
- This year the animals have the largest harvest yet, and they also finish it faster than normal.
- Boxer adopts “I will work harder!” as his personal motto.
- On Sundays, the animals don’t work and instead hold farm-wide meetings to debate and vote on new resolutions.
- Snowball and Napoleon disagree on almost everything.
- Only the pigs are smart enough to come up with new resolutions.
- Snowball wants to focus on educating the animals and putting them into committees.
- Napoleon thinks the pigs should focus on the education of the young.
- Napoleon takes Jessie’s and Bluebell’s puppies up to a secret loft, and everyone soon forgets about them.
- It is revealed that the milk is being mixed in with the pigs’ mash.
- Squealer explains that the pigs need the vitamins in the milk and apples to continue being the brainworkers of the farm.
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