Animal Farm Questions: Chapter 9

Boxer’s cruel death is a result of Napoleon’s tyrannical rule. Although some of the animals are smart enough to recognize that they are living under tyranny, they do not act. Do you think Orwell is passing judgment on the animals for not trying to change their situation? Does knowledge of a crime not coupled with action constitute complicity in the crime?

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