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  1. Animal Farm A Fairy Story

  2. Who was Napoleon‘s propagandist? • Squealer • Who was the cynic who never changed? • Benjamin • Who tested Napoleon‘s food for poison? • Pinkeye • Who was the farm‘s poet and songwriter? • Minimus • Who was known to repeat the maxim ―Four legs good, two legs bad, even at inappropriate times? • The sheep

  3. Who threatened and intimidated by Napoleon‘s side? • The dogs • Who introduced the song ―Beasts of England‖ to the animals? • Old Major • Who talked of a special heaven for animals? • Moses • Who was symbolic of Joseph Stalin? • Napoleon • Whose motto was ―Napoleon is always right? • Boxer • Who gave Napoleon forged bank notes? • Frederick

  4. Who loved sugar and ribbons? • Mollie • Who died in an inebriate’s home? • Jones • Who read to the others from scraps of newspapers? • Muriel • Who was often suspicious; doubting the Commandments and the pigs, but never saying anything? • Clover • Who was the powerful orator who represents Leon Trotsky? • Snowball

  5. Who played the ace of spades simultaneously with Napoleon? • Pilkington • Who said ―War is war. The only good human being is a dead one? • Snowball • Whose motto was ―”I will work harder!”? • Boxer • Who refused to learn anything but the letters of her name? • Mollie • Did all of the animals eventually learned to read? • No • How many Commandments were written? • seven

  6. Why did the hens rebel? • because they had to give up their eggs • Why are the Commandments were continually being rewritten? • To suit the leaders needs • Was the second battle was called the Battle of the Bulge? • No • Whose motto was “I will work harder?” • Boxer • Who created the original plans for the windmill?. •  Snowball • Who led the Battle of the Cowshed? • Snowball • What triggered the Rebellion? • the animals were starving

  7. Who created the original plans for the windmill?. • Snowball • What triggered the Rebellion? • the animals were starving • What destroyed the first windmill? • The wind • What did Napoleon do to the plans for the windmill? • He urinated on the plans • What happened to the animals that confessed to crimes they did not commit? • They were executed • Did Boxer believed he would retire someday? • yes

  8. The human who acted as a middleman between Animal Farm and the outside world was: • Whymper • By the end of the novel ―All animals are equal” is changed to _________________. • “but some animals are more equal than others.” • Describe the original flag of Animal Farm. • A horn and a hoof on a green background • When the original windmill was built, it was intended to produce: • electricity • How was Frederick able to trick Napoleon? • With phony bank notes

  9. The only one who really knew where Boxer was going to be sent when he was dying was: • Benjamin • Which animal led Napoleon‘s processions around the farm? • the cockerel • How is the windmill finally destroyed? • the men destroyed it with explosives

  10. Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy. • Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend. • No animal shall wear clothes. • No animal shall sleep in a bed. • No animal shall drink alcohol. • No animal shall kill any other animal. • All animals are equal. • 4 No animal shall sleep in a bed with sheets. • 5 No animal shall drink alcohol to excess. • 6 No animal shall kill any other animal without cause

  11. What human was the owner of Manor Farm? • Mr. Jones • What happened to Old Major shortly after the animals sang the song that he dreamt? • He died • What was Old Major‘s formal exhibition name? • Willington Beauty • What system of thought do the pigs create from Old Major‘s teachings? • animalism • What is the name of the special heaven for animals? • Sugarcandy Mountain • Who were the most ―faithful disciples of the pig‘s ideas? • Clover and Boxer

  12. Who was Jones‘s special pet? • Moses • Why did the Rebellion happen earlier than everyone expected? • Mr. Jones got drunk for days on end, didn’t come home for days, and forgot to feed the animals • Complete the statement: ―All men are ____________ All animals are ____________________. • Enemies; comrades • Which animal had to be ―voted in as a Comrade in Chapter One? • rats • What could be considered the initiator of the Rebellion? • Old Major’s speech

  13. Why did Old Major say that man is the enemy in Chapter One? • Man does nothing but consume • Who was always blamed for the destruction of the windmill and for causing general mayhem on the farm? • Snowball • Why did the windmill collapse the first time? • The wind blew it down • How thick did the animals build the walls of the windmill the third time? • Three feet • What did Napoleon make sure the humans did not find out about Animal Farm? • That there was a shortage of food

  14. What happened when the hens rebelled against the increase in production? • Nine hens died of starvation • How did the hens rebel against Napoleon‘s orders? • They laid their eggs in the rafters • What did Mr. Pilkington and Mr. Frederick both want from the farm? • A well-seasoned stack of lumber • Was no animal shall dine at a table one of the Seven Commandments? • no • What was discovered missing at the end of Chapter 2, that ended up causing the first controversy of the farm? • The milk • Who confronted Mollie about her contact with humans? • Clover

  15. What was found in Mollie‘s stall? • Lump sugar and ribbons • How did Snowball gain the support of the animals? • By giving eloquent speeches during the Sunday debates • How did Napoleon gain the animals‘ support? • By secretly meeting with small factions on his off times • Why was Napoleon initially against building the windmill? • he wanted to increase food production • After Snowball was expelled, Napoleon made what announcement? •  there would no longer be Sunday meetings

  16. At the end of Chapter Five, what did Squealer claim was more important than bravery? • Loyalty and obedience • Who did the dogs unexpectedly attack in Chapter Seven? • Boxer • Is Napoleon is called traitor to Snowball? • no • What did Napoleon name the windmill? • Napoleon Mill • Who does Napoleon eventually sell the pile of timber to? • Frederick

  17. What was Boxer looking forward to in Chapter Nine? • retirement • What did Napoleon forbid the other pigs to have, on the grounds it made them fat? • sugar • Who suddenly reappeared on Animal Farm in Chapter Nine? • Moses • Who was able to read what was written on the van that Boxer was taken away in? • Benjamin • According to Squealer, what were Boxer‘s last words? • “Napoleon is always right”

  18. What were the pigs mysteriously able to afford after Boxer‘s death? • A case of whiskey • What work did the pigs do as far as the ―supervision and organization‖ of the farm that Squealer often spoke of? • Write on large sheets of paper and then burn them • What new saying do the sheep repeat? • “/four legs good; two legs bad.” • What did Clover see that shocked her and the other animals in Chapter Ten? • The pigs walking on two legs

  19. What is the final Commandment? • “All animals are equal but some animals are more equal than others.” • What happened to Old Major‘s skull in Chapter Ten? • It was buried • At the end of the novel, what does the flag change to? • A plain green flag • What does Napoleon change the name of the farm to? • Manor Farm • At the end of the book, what caused the fight? • Both Napoleon and Pilkington played the same card