Animal Farm is a novel written by George Orwell is about a group of animals who are taking control of the farm they live on. The novel animal farm has a lot of symbols of the events of the Russian Revolution.

For example, the novel deals with the corrupting nature of power, the ideas of freedom, and rebellion. In the same way, the themes are class, inequality, power, and control.

In this essay, I am going to characterize Boxer, Orwell’s use of foreshadowing in Animal Farm, and tell you about Orwell’s values and message.

Boxer is believing in everything that Napoleon says, and this reflects his naivety. Besides, he is the strongest animal on the farm, but he does nothing when circumstances get worse.

Furthermore, Boxer is thrilled about all the new freedom the animals now have, and that makes him a hard worker, especially for everyone´s well-being.

He gets up much earlier than the other animals in the morning, and he also put in a bit of additional volunteer work other than his normal duties.

For instance, he is alone responsible for creating and making many of the ambitious plans that are on the farm possible. In particular, the first windmill project would probably not have worked if it wasn’t for him, and his effort illustrate that he is a hard worker.

“To see him toiling up the slope inch by inch, his breath coming fast, the tips of his hoofs clawing at the ground, and his great sides matted with sweat, filled everyone with admiration”.

You can see Boxer for you, he is pulling enormous rocks while there is sweat everywhere and that shows his strength. Another thing about Boxer that shows his strength and that he is a hard worker is that he never complains or has lack of motivation.