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1 Animal Farm Questions Chapter 1 1. Who owns Manor Farm? 2. What problem does he have? 3. Who is Old Major? 4. Why does Old Major assemble the animals? 5. List the ideals outlined by Old Major that should occur after the rebellion. 6. What broke up the meeting? 7. What political idea in Russian history does Old Major represent? 8. To what political figure in Russian history does Jones correspond? Chapter 2 9. Who are the three main pigs? 10. The pigs formulate the teachings of Old Major into a system of thought. What is it called? 11. The animals encounter a couple of problems as they begin to discuss the coming rebellion. Name one of them. 12. What two leaders emerge after the rebellion? 1

2 13. What is done with the farmhouse? 14. What have the pigs been doing for the past three months? 15. Who came up with the Seven Commandments? 16. What seems funny about the working conditions after the rebellion? Chapter How well did the animals work together? Why do you think so? (45, 46) 18. Are all the animals equal? Describe any classes or rankings of animals that you see. 19. What shows that there are already problems in the leadership of the new government? 20. Who among the workers is most admired? Why? 21. To what do you think the hoof and horn on the flag correspond? 22. Who was taking the milk? 23. Who was sent to explain why the milk was being used by the pigs? 24. Name one of the arguments that he used to explain why the milk was going to the pigs. Chapter How did Napoleon and Snowball spread the news of the rebellion to the animals on neighboring farms? (54) 2

3 26. Did Pilkington and Frederick offer to help Jones at first? (54) 27. How did they react to their own animals singing Beasts of England? (56) 28. What name was given to the battle in which Jones and his friends tried to retake Animal Farm? 29. Where was Mollie during the battle? (59) 30. Where did Snowball learn his battle techniques? (57) 31. Why did Snowball give the sound for retreat? 32. What makes Boxer seem particularly human and lovable? 33. What does Napoleon tell Boxer that shows him to be ruthless? (59) 34. Name two human rituals (traditions) that the animals used to celebrate their victory. Chapter If Mollie was a person, what would she be like? (61) 36. To what does the power struggle between Napoleon and Snowball relate historically? 37. What idea did Snowball have to improve conditions on the farm? 3

4 38. The animal divided into two factions (they took two sides). What slogans did they come up with? (65) 39. At the meeting about the windmill, Snowball begins to win over the animals. What does Napoleon do about this? What happens to Snowball? To what event does this relate historically? (66, 67) 40. Look again at the Seven Commandments. Which one is no longer in effect? 41. Name one change that is made after Snowball is kicked out. Who is it that convinces the animals that Napoleon was actually helping them? 42. What two phrases does Boxer use frequently? 43. When Squealer explains about the windmill and the end of the chapter, what causes the animals to go along with his explanation? 44. Who do the fierce dogs symbolize? Chapter What would happen if the animals did not voluntarily work on the windmill on Sundays? 46. Why was the windmill so hard to build? (74) 47. How did the animals overcome this problem? (74) 48. Without whom would the windmill have been impossible? (74) 49. What did Napoleon tell the hens about giving up their eggs? (76) 4

5 50. What supplies were found to be needed from the human world? (75, 76) 51. How were these needs met? 52. How is Snowball used as a scapegoat? (82) 53. Which commandment is changed, and how? (79) 54. Who was Mr. Whymper and who dealt with him? (77) 55. Why were the animals uneasy about this? Who appeased them and how? (77) 56. What is human opinion about Animal Farm now? (78) 57. Why did the pigs move into the farmhouse? (79) 58. What disturbed the animals about the move (beds especially)? (79) 59. Who explains away the concerns? 60. What is to be done about the windmill? (82, 83) 61. What signs are there that the political system is disintegrating? 5

6 Chapter What was one of the strongest motivations for completing the rebuilding of the windmill? 63. What thick are the walls of the windmill this time? What were they before? 64. What rumors were spreading among humans? 65. How did Napoleon use Mr. Whymper to stop these rumors? 66. Why did it finally become necessary for the hens to surrender all their eggs? (85) 67. What did the hens do to rebel against this? (86, 87) 68. What else is revealed about Snowball? (86, 87) 69. What new information comes out about Snowball and his involvement at the Battle of the Cowshed? 89) 70. Who fails to believe this? Why? 71. What about his description makes the animals believe Squealer s story? 72. What do the confessions and executions of the pigs, hens, goose, and sheep symbolize? Are these real confessions? (93) 73. What happens to the dogs that attack Boxer? (92) 6

7 74. Which of the Seven Commandments does this violate? 75. What does Boxer think was the cause of the frightening slaughter of fellow animals? What is the solution? 76. Describe Clover s thoughts and feelings. (95) 77. What is forbidden by Napoleon and why? (96) 78. Why does he say that it will no longer be sung? 79. What might he be concerned about? 80. What kind of leader has Napoleon become? 81. What has that day s activities created in the animals? Why didn t anyone protest? (96) Chapter How has the Sixth Commandment been changed? (98) 83. According to Squealer, what has happened to food production? Are the animals getting more food? (99) 84. List three privileges that Napoleon has taken? 85. How is Napoleon referred to? (99) 7

8 86. List two titles given to Napoleon and one thing for which he is given credit? (99-100) 87. What is put on the barn wall opposite the Seven Commandments? 88. What do the three hens confess? (101) 89. Napoleon wishes to sell what? (102) 90. What happens to them? 91. To whom is Napoleon first going to sell the timber? (102) 92. What rumors are spread about Frederick and Pinchfield Farm? (102) 93. What statement does Napoleon make about Frederick? 94. What major event happens in the fall? What is it named? (103, 104) 95. What strikes the animals dumb with surprise? (104) 96. In what two ways has Napoleon outwitted Frederick? 97. What news does Whymper bring three days later? (106) 98. What sentence does Napoleon pass for Frederick? Who attacks Animal Farm? 8

9 99. Are the animals successful in driving them off the farm? 100. What is the men s ultimate goal? 101. How do they accomplish this? 102. How does this affect the animals and what do they do? (108) 103. What is Squealer s reaction to all this? (109) 104. What new ceremonies were enacted? (110) 105. What is found in the cellar of the farmhouse, and what do the pigs do with it? (111) 106. What is feared for Napoleon and what does Napoleon decree? 107. What was the strange incident that occurred? (112) 108. How has the Fifth Commandment been changed? Chapter Describe the retirement plans for Animal Farm. Who is soon to retire? (114, 115) 110. How was the food supply that winter? (115) 9

10 111. What are their memories of Jones, and what is the reality? (115) 112. What privileges are given to the young pigs, and what does this compare to in the time of Jones? (116) 113. How is the farm doing? (116) 114. How does this affect the animals in general? (117) 115. How does this affect the pigs? (117) 116. What beverage has become a privilege for every pig? (117) 117. What was Animal Farm declared? 118. What new stories have surfaced about Snowball? 119. Who returns in the middle of summer and what does he talk about? 120. How do the pigs react to his stories, and why do they allow him to stay? (120) 121. What has been happening to Boxer s health? ( ) 122. What do the pigs say they will do? 123. What do they actually do? 10

11 124. How do the animals find out, and how do they react? 125. How does Squealer explain it? 126. Where do the pigs get money for another case of whiskey? Chapter How important is the Rebellion now? (127) 128. What has happened to the windmill? (128) 129. Where does Napoleon say they will find happiness? (128) 130. The farm is richer. How are the animals doing? (129) 131. On what do the pigs work so hard? 132. In what do the animals take honor and feel privilege? ( ) 133. Where does Squealer take the sheep? Why? (131) 134. What do the animals see that startle them? (131, 132) 135. What is Napoleon carrying? 11

12 136. What do the sheep start bleating out? (132) 137. What has happened to the seven commandments? (133) 138. What new changes in Napoleon can be seen? (133, 134) 139. What do the animals overhear Pilkington stating about Animal Farm? (135, 136) 140. What does Napoleon say about Animal Farm s name? (138) 141. Why is there a furious uproar in the farmhouse? (139) 142. What are the animals unable to do when they finally look through the window? (139) 12

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