Explanation: “Never mind the milk, comrades!…… in front of the buckets. from Animal Farm

Explanation 02: “Never mind the milk, comrades! Cried Napoleon, placing himself in front of the buckets.”

 The line is extracted from George Orwell’s famous story ‘Animal Farm’. Here Napoleon speeches the speech to the animals.

After many difficulties, the animals gain their liberty from Mr. John and make many new rules and regulations for their own safety. They also make seven commandments. After hanging the seven commandments the animals start reading and the cleverer ones start learning. Then comrades, ‘Snowball cries throwing down the paint-brush, to the hayfield!

And says they should make it a point of honor to get in the harvest more quickly than Jones and his men can do. But at this time the three cows, which have seemed uneasy for some time fast, set up a loud lowing. They have not been milking for last 24 hours and their udders are almost bursting. So, the pigs collect buckets and milk successfully. The pigs collect five buckets of milk from the cows. At this time many of the animals look with considerable interest. Someone also says, “What is going to happen to all that milk?” the hens also say, “Johns used sometimes to mix some of it in our mash.” When animals start different commands about the milk then, Mr. Napoleon speeches the speech to the animals. 


Mr. Napoleon makes the voice to stop the violence of the animals about the milk.   


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