Who do the dogs represent in Animal Farm?
Likewise, people ask, who do the animals represent in Animal Farm?
Manor Farm is allegorical of Russia, and the farmer Mr. Jones is the Russian Czar. Old Major stands for either Karl Marx or Vladimir Lenin, and the pig named Snowball represents the intellectual revolutionary Leon Trotsky. Napoleon stands for Stalin, while the dogs are his secret police.
Secondly, who do the rats represent in Animal Farm? Rats. Orwell's rats (and the other wild animals, like rabbits, for that matter) represent the opposition to the Bolsheviks. They too, had to be included in the rebellion, although for the longest time they sided with the another party. The rats and rabbits symbolize other political parties.
Also asked, who do the dogs represent in the Russian revolution?
It was noticed that they wagged their tails to him in the same way as the other dogs had been used to do to Mr Jones. The nine dogs represent the NKVD, the People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs, the supreme law-enforcement agency of Stalin's USSR and the forerunner to the modern-day KGB.
Who do the other pigs represent in Animal Farm?
Answer and Explanation: In Animal Farm, the pigs represent leadership gone wrong. More specifically, they represent the faces of the Russian Revolution. Old Major is the Karl