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1
Q

Who do the following characters represent?

Napoleon, Squealer, Snowball, Old Major

A

Joseph Stalin, Russian media, Leo Trotsky (exiled from Russia in 1929 as Stalin took control), Karl Marx/Vladimir Lenin

2
Q

Who do Boxer and Mollie represent

A

Working class, Mollie may simply represent members of the working class that remained faithful to the Czar

3
Q

Who do the dogs represent in Animal Farm

A

Military/police

4
Q

Who do the birds represent in animal farm?

A

In real life, there were several classes of citizens ‘left out’ of socialist rhetoric as well.
The rural farmers, the clergy, the ‘intelligentsia’, and other ‘non-labour union’ types probably felt left out, just as the birds did in the novel

5
Q

Who does Moses represent

A

Russian Orthodox Church

6
Q

The Hens represent ____________.

A

Peasant farmers

7
Q

The rats and rabbits represent _____

A

represent beggars, thieves and gypsies.

8
Q

The sheep represent the _____ at large and the “fox in the yard” represents _______

A

Masses, revolutionaries

9
Q

Manor Farm represents Russia while Animal farm represents _____

A

USSR

10
Q

Foxwood is owned by ____ and represents _____ while Pinchfield is owned by ____ and represents _____

A

Pilkington, England

Frederick, Germany

11
Q

Animal Farm was written by _______

One of his other famous books is _____

A

George Orwell, 1984

12
Q

What two animals are best friends on the farm?

A

Boxer and Benjamin

13
Q

Humans are ______

A

Capitalists

14
Q

A system of thought summarizing Old Major’s teachings

A

Animalism

15
Q

Who discovers Sugarcandy Mountain

A

Moses the crow

16
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What are the 7 commandments on animal farm?

A

(1) Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy. (2) Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend. (3) No animal shall wear clothes. (4) No animal shall sleep in a bed. (5) No animal shall drink alcohol. (6) No animal shall kill any other animal. (7) All animals are equal.

17
Q

What is the single Maxim the seven commandments get reduced to?

A

Four legs good, two legs bad

18
Q

“Animal Hero, First Class” and “Animal Hero, Second Class” are awarded to whom at the end of the Battle of Cowshed

A

Snowball, Boxer

Sheep (who died)

19
Q

Which word best characterizes Benjamin’s feelings towards the windmill

A

Apathetic

20
Q

What really knocked down the windmill the first time, even though the animals thought it was _____

A

A storm, Snowball

21
Q

How many hens die when they rebel

A

Nine

22
Q

When Napoleon orders the dogs to kill the “traitors,” do the animals know it is Napoleon that’s doing so?

A

No, they believe it is simply the dogs going ballistic

23
Q

Napoleon changes his name to “___________________________”

A

Our Leader, Comrade Napoleon

24
Q

The second attack is led by ____________ and he and his man destroy the windmill by ___________________. _________ is injured

A

Frederick (Germany)
Blowing it up
Boxer

25
Q

When does Benjamin first show emotion

A

In Chapter 9, when Boxer is taken to the “hospital” (glue factory) after he is hurt and decides to retire

26
Q

What do the pigs do with the money they earned from sending Boxer away?

A

Buy whiskey

27
Q

The pigs meet inside the farmhouse with the neighboring farmer _________________, who congratulates them on running a farm with the hardest working and most underfed animals in England.

A

Pilkington

28
Q

The pigs ditch the name Animal Farm and begin calling it _________ again

A

Manor Farm

29
Q

lie is something that contradicts the _______’ agenda; a truth is something that supports it

A

Pigs

30
Q

What is ironic about the Rules in Animal Farm?

A

Instead of preserving order, rules are used to deceive and abuse.

31
Q

Who do the following characters represent?

Mr. Jones, Mrs. Jones, Mr. Pilkington, Mr. Frederick, Mr. Whymper

A

The last Tsar of Russia, the Tsar’s wife, French leaders, German leaders (Hitler), capitalists who did business with the Soviet trade