Farm animals went to work for themselves but they have an evil dictator in Animal Farm by George Orwell. Benjamin, the long-lived donkey, is the only farm animal not inspired by the Rebellion and sees that Napoleon is an evil dictator. Even though Benjamin sees no difference from before the Rebellion and after and doesn't want to rebel against Napoleon, he feels bad for the working animals and especially Boxer.
Benjamin sees no difference from before the Rebellion and after. "Old Benjamin, The donkey, seemed quite unchanged since the Rebellion." (Orwell 47) This shows that Benjamin hasn't changed at all from before and after the Rebellion. Benjamin never cared about anything before the Rebellion and he still doesn't. "Only old Benjamin was much the same as ever, except for being a little grayer about the muzzle, and since Boxer's death more morose and taciturn that ever." (Orwell 137) After years Benjamin is the same as he was even though its long after the Rebellion.
This is bad because the whole time Animal Farm had an evil dictator Benjamin did nothing to help rebel against Napoleon. Benjamin is a bad farm animal for not informing the animals about Napoleon being evil and he hasn't changed at all from before and after the Rebellion.
Benjamin feels bad for the animals and Boxer because of all the hard work they have to go though. "Only Clover remained, and Benjamin, who lay down at Boxer's side, and, without speaking kept the flies off him with his long tail." (Orwell 121) This shows that Benjamin feels bad for Boxer for all his hard work and that Boxer is sick. If Benjamin didn't care about boxer he wouldn't have stayed with him and kept the flies of him with his tail. When Boxer is being...