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1 Name Animal Farm Study Guide Chapter I 1). Who is Mr. Jones? What do you think about his ability to manage Manor Farm from this introduction? 2). Who has a strange dream and wishes to communicate it to the other animals? 3). How do the animals sit as they gather? What might this arrangement this foreshadow? 4). What are the ideals Old Major outlines in his speech what could/should occur on the farm after the rebellion? 5). Who is the animals only real enemy? List 3 ways in which that enemy is cruel to animals ). What images are vividly described in Beasts of England? 7). Why do you think Beasts of England is an immediate success with the animals? What is the message in the lyrics?

2 Chapter 2 1). Old Major dies; however, what do the animal spend the next 3 months doing? 2.) Describe the three main pigs: Snowball, Napoleon, and Squealer. Snowball- Napoleon- Squealer- 3). What do the pigs decide to call the teachings/ideas of Old Major? 4). Why don't the animals like Moses' stories? What might Sugarcandy Mountain symbolize? 5). What specific incident causes the animals to finally rebel against Mr. Jones? 6). List 3 actions displayed by the animals right after the rebellion occurs ). What have the pigs been secretly doing which gives them an advantage over the others? 8). What seems funny about the working conditions after the rebellion?

3 9). What are the seven commandments that Napoleon, Snowball and Squealer write on the barn wall? ). What can be inferred happened to the milk? What might this foreshadow? Chapters 3 1). Who assumes the supervisory roles on the farm? 2). What huge accomplishment do the animals achieve with the harvest? 3). What becomes Boxer s personal motto? 4). Describe the flag. What do the images symbolize. 5). What are the 7 Commandments reduced to for the stupid animals? 6). What are Napoleon's ideas about education? How does he implement these ideas? 7). How do the pigs justify their consumption of the milk and apples? Why do the other animals accept this unequal distribution of food?

4 Chapter 4 1). How does the new of the rebellion spread to the neighboring farms? 2). What rumors do the humans spread about the workings of Animal Farm? 3). As expected, Jones comes to reclaim his farm what is this battled called? 4). Describe the battle and the various attacks the animals launch upon the humans. 5). What is Snowball's role in this battle? 6). Where are Mollie and Napoleon during the battle? What does this suggest about these two animals? 7). Which animals are recognized as heroes specifically what awards are established and given out? Chapter 5 1). Why does Mollie run away from the farm? What were her issues? 2). How have the weekly meetings changed over the past year?

5 3). Windmill Controversy: Explain from each character s point of view. Snowball Napoleon 4). What immediate changes does Napoleon make after his dogs chase Snowball off the farm? 5). Why do none of the animals stand up for themselves or oppose Napoleon s ideas? 6). How does Squealer successfully rationalize Napoleon making all the decisions? What propaganda tactics does he use? 7). What is Boxer s new maxim? 8). Ironically, what is now going to be built on Animal Farm? 9). Who do the dogs symbolize?

6 Chapter 6 1). How much work are the animals now doing compared to what they used to do? 2). Why does Napoleon decide to engage in trade with neighboring farms? 3). Again, some animals know commandments are being broken so why don t/can t they do or say anything to stop it? 4). What is the name of the human who will help the animals trade? 5). What reasons does Squealer give as to why the pigs moved into the farmhouse? 6). How do the pigs change the 4 th commandment pertaining to sleeping in a bed? 7). How is the windmill destroyed? 8). Explain how Napoleon uses Snowball as a scapegoat.

7 Chapter 7 1). Identify the conditions of the farm at the beginning of the chapter. List several details. 2). What leads to the hen s rebellion? What is the tragic outcome of their rebellion? 3). What is revealed about Snowball? List several acts of sabotage that are revealed. 4). Which animal is adamant that Snowball was a brave fighter and wouldn t hurt the farm? 5). Napoleon forces confessions from several animals why does he promote and allow this slaughtering to occur? What is he trying to teach the animals? 6). Summarize Clover s thoughts. 7). What motive do the pigs have for banning Beasts of England?

8 Chapter 8 1). As expected, what discovery do the animals make concerning the Commandments? 2). How does Squealer spend his days what goes he go around doing? 3). List 4 ways Napoleon is becoming more and more like a typical dictator ). Compare and contrast the poem "Comrade Napoleon" to "Beasts of England." How are they similar AND how are they different? 5). Naturally, what is the name of the windmill? 6). Who does Napoleon sell the pile of timber to? 7). How is the windmill destroyed this time? 8). How is the outcome of the Battle of the Windmill different from the Battle of the Cowshed? 9). What motive do the pigs have when they encourage the animals to celebrate their victory? 10). Describe the whisky incident. Is Napoleon every really dying? 11). Why are the animals so easily fooled, even when they find Squealer with a ladder and white paint beside the barn at night?

9 Chapter 9 1). What species of animal is increasing rapidly? Why? 2). What is happening to Boxer s health? Be specific. 3). What is the purpose of the Spontaneous Demonstrations? 4). Why does Napoleon allow Moses to return and to tell his stories about Sugarcandy Mountain? 5). Explain the events which lead to Boxer s death. 6). How does Benjamin emerge in this chapter? What do you learn about Benjamin s intelligence? 7). How is Boxer s death used to Napoleon s advantage? Chapter 10 1). What changes have the years brought to the farm? 2). How many animals have actually retired?

10 3). Despite living like slaves and inconstant hunger, fear, etc. the animals are proud. WHY??? 4). What actions of the pigs shocks and frightens the other animals? 5). All seven commandments are erased. What is the new commandment and how has it been true from the beginning? 6). How has the flag changed? What does the change symbolize? 7). Napoleon changed the name of the farm to 8). What happens to the pigs' appearance in the closing card game scene? How is this symbolic?

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