After the rebellion, who most likely appears to become the leaders of the farm in Chapter 2? Please provide textual evidence.

After the rebellion, who most likely appears to become the leaders of the farm in Chapter 2? Please provide textual evidence.

After the rebellion, who most likely appears to become the leaders of the farm in Chapter 2? Please provide textual evidence.

After the rebellion, who most likely appears to become the leaders of the farm in Chapter 2? Please provide textual evidence.

Following the death of the wise, old boar, Old Major, in Animal Farm, two other younger pigs became the clear choices to replace him: Napoleon and Snowball. These two “were pre-eminent among the pigs.” Napoleon was “large” and “fierce-looking… not much of a talker but with a reputation for getting his own way.” Snowball was more “vivacious… quicker in speech and more inventive, but was not considered to have the same depth of character.” These two pigs would battle it out as the future leaders of the farm before Snowball was exiled by the victorious Napoleon.
After the rebellion, who most likely appears to become the leaders of the farm in Chapter 2? Please provide textual evidence.
After the rebellion, who most likely appears to become the leaders of the farm in Chapter 2? Please provide textual evidence.
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After the rebellion, who most likely appears to become the leaders of the farm in Chapter 2? Please provide textual evidence.
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