Animals Farm Review? Please Help! QUICK! HURRY?

Animals Farm Review? Please Help! QUICK! HURRY? Topic: Thesis reviews
June 26, 2019 / By Gordon
Question: OK, so I wrote the intro. but I'm not sure what to write about in the body paragraph. I'm supposed to "Focus on a section or two of the book Animal Farm to discuss in detail." What part of the book should I focus on? What are some ideas of what to write about in the paragraph? Thank you sooooooooooooooooooo much for your help!! 10 points for the best answer!!!!! :) My teacher said only one body paragraph, I thought it was weird too. there's no question either. I just need to describe a part of the book in great detail while adding a few opinions.
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Dudde Dudde | 7 days ago
Isn't there any perspective from which you're supposed to discuss that section or two--any question you're supposed to answer? And are you supposed to have only one body paragraph? In any case, what's your thesis? We'll be better able to point you toward the right passages once we know that.
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Dudde Originally Answered: In george orwells animal farm the animals are as much to blame as the pigs for the failure of the farm.?
I believe that the animals were as much to blame as the pigs because they allowed themselves to be gullible and did not question authority when they should have. The animals went on the premise that the pigs were always right and that somehow they had misunderstood their instructions. http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/animalfarm...
Dudde Originally Answered: In george orwells animal farm the animals are as much to blame as the pigs for the failure of the farm.?
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Brodie Brodie
Boxers dying is efficient via fact the pigs killed him. Boxer replaced right into a efficient determine at animal farm and he couldve incredibly overthrowed the pigs' rule and knocked them out of control. the pigs found out this and, rather of curing him, sent him to the knacker to be killed. (subsequently the emblem on the truck) then the pigs lied to the different animals, asserting the truck hadnt been repainted. this replaced into fake. the pigs knew they have been killing boxer. whats worse is they used the money they have been given via merchandising boxr to the knacker to purchase alcohol. this has an impact via fact it completely violates the rule of thumb "all animals are equivalent" "no animal would be like a human" and "no animal shall injury yet another" goodluck
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Brodie Originally Answered: I Want More Farm Animals and a Dog. Help?
I would make sure it's ok with your parents about getting both, or one or the other. As for the Border Collie, you can try checking you local Craigslist, shelters and B/C rescues. As for chickens, if you have baby ducks, I would hold of on chickens for awhile. Baby ducks need a lot of attention if you are wanting them tame. As for the baby ducks, I would be researching like no tomorrow on them if you don't know how to care for them that well. I usually keep my ducklings in a brooder inside the house. That way I know they won't fall victim to any predators at such a young age, when they can't defend themselves. Do you have a brooder (a cage that they can grow in)? You will also need a chick lamp and set it over one end of the cage and make sure the brooder stays a certain temp. Ducklings need to have the brooder at a certain temp during the first 7 weeks of their life. Also, are you feeding crumbles? Pellets are a choking hazard for ducklings. I recommend Flock Raiser as a food for Ducklings. It can be used through all stages of life for poultry. Just don't use medicated feed for your ducklings as it can cause problems. As for the water bottle, yes, that's a great idea for them. Just keep an eye to make sure they don't get too cold from laying up against it. Also, make sure they have shade, and plenty of water for drinking. You may even want to mist them with water every now and then. Feel free to send me an email if you need any help with your ducks or chickens. Good luck!
Brodie Originally Answered: I Want More Farm Animals and a Dog. Help?
You might want to ask others who have experience about the chickens & ducks getting along. If you get banty hens they should do OK together--my duck had 2 banty buddies, but the heavy breed chickens pecked both the duck & banty to death. That was the only duck I ever had--someone foisted it on me, so I had no choice. I don't see that a water bottle would be a problem in the ducks' cage. A lot of the stuff is just 'learn as you go'. I know experienced rabbit breeders that have had their rabbits die from the heat--even with a water bottle in the cage--& moisture killing off the kits, or many numerous incidences of death to unexpected circumstances. SO don't let that one Answerer get you down. Stuff will happen & you will learn from it. I was so nervous when my first rabbit was pregnant that I kept going in the cage & rearraging stuff & checking her for stomach growth. Needless to say she delivered all still-borns. The next time she got pregnant I just put a nesty box in the cage with some hay & left her alone, only going in to feed & water her. She had a healthy batch of kits that all grew to adulthood. Don't stress out too much.

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