What happens at the end of chapter 9 in Animal Farm?
The chapter ends with a grocer’s van delivering a crate of whisky to the pigs, who drink it all and do not arise until after noon the following day. Boxer’s death in this chapter marks him as the most pathetic of Orwell’s creations.
What happened in chapter 10 in Animal Farm?
Summary and Analysis Chapter 10
Muriel, Bluebell, Jessie, and Pincher are all dead, and Jones dies in an inebriates’ home. Clover is now 14 years old (two years past the retiring age) but has not retired.
Who dies in chapter 9 of Animal Farm?
Three days later, Squealer announces that Boxer died in the hospital and that he was with Boxer to the end. Boxer’s last words were in support of the windmill, Napoleon, and Animal Farm.
What happened to Boxer chapter 9 Animal Farm?
Soon Squealer announces that the doctors could not cure Boxer: he has died at the hospital. He claims to have been at the great horse’s side as he died and calls it the most moving sight he has ever seen—he says that Boxer died praising the glories of Animal Farm.
Who returns to the farm in chapter 9?
Moses the raven returns to Animal Farm in Chapter 9 after being away for several years.
What was Boxer last words?
Boxer’s death is turned into a day of honouring him. Squealer says that his sayings, “Comrade Napoleon is always right” and “I will work harder!” should live on in all the animals; ergo another excuse to make the animals work even harder.
What is the name of the farm at the end of chapter 10?
The Manor Farm
Mr. Pilkington had referred throughout to “Animal Farm.” He could not of course know–for he, Napoleon, was only now for the first time announcing it–that the name “Animal Farm” had been abolished. Henceforward the farm was to be known as “The Manor Farm“–which, he believed, was its correct and original name.
What keeps the animals from protesting in chapter 10?
Frederick and Pilkington were attacking Animal Farm again. The sight of Squealer and the pigs walking on two legs. What keeps the animals from protesting? The dogs’ barking.