Determination Boxer In George Orwell's Animal Farm

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In George Orwell's allegorical novel, ”Animal Farm,” animals are used to represent the people in the Russian Revolution. The pigs take over and the farm eventually fails. However, Boxer is determined, loyal, and tough. These traits of his help aid the farm in advancing and surviving as a whole. The determination Boxer has is shown throughout the story. For example,” He saw ahead of him the heavy labour of rebuilding the windmill from the foundations, and already in imagination he braced himself for the task”(33). This explains that, Boxer did not let the hard work stop him; he stayed dedicated, as well as focused. This also shows that, he was willing to fight through the pain and labour ahead of him for the sake of the farm, never canvassing