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Amr Mohsin

3-29-2014

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Animal Farm Study Guide


Chapter 1-2

1. a) Wise, smart b) Hard Working. c) Selfish, Conceited, Into her own needs, girly. d) Doesn't care, careless, has a whatever attitude, nothing matters to him. e) Highly intelligent and a brilliant planner. f) Manipulative, insecure. 2. a) He was the wisest of all the animals in the farm. b) There is no need to be so miserably, they need to overthrow the humans and take over the farms and live in equality with the animals. c) Because they were so inspired by Old Majors speech. 3. a) They were believed to be the smartest. Old Major was also a pig, or boar, so it seemed to be that if Old Major was smart/wise wouldn't all the pigs be. b) Their want from freedom from Mr. Jones. 4. a) (Democratic means the same as old rules or not the same) b) The pigs formulated the seven commandments. c) No tyranny, no trade, no money, and no living in a house were taken off the rules. 5. Not very well. His idea is being twisted around by the rest of the animals. I'm sure if Old Major were still alive he would not be very happy with what is happening. Chapter 3

1. No, they pushed the other animals to do their work while they took the apples and milk. 2. Boxer 3. "I will work harder." 4. Mollie and the cat 5. Benjamin 6. a) Coming week plans were discussed. b) General assembly. c) Raising of the flag and ending meeting with "Beasts of England". 7. Green with a hoof and a horn on it 8. Napoleon and snowball 9. Snowball 10. Not very literate. Only people who know how to read fully were the pigs and benjamin. After the reading classes everyone could read at some degree. Because they need to read important issues like rules and papers and such.

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11. a) Snowball. b) "4 legs good, 2 legs bad". c) Sheep. 12. Napoleon 13. Pigs took and ate them. He claimed that they took them to preserve their health. 14. Mr. Jones would come back. 15. It shows that the pigs could also be taking other things to use to their own enjoyment or advantage. 16. a) "4 legs good, 2 legs bad" b) " Jones would come back" c) Making animal's comittes d) Using big vocabularies. 17. a) Fed better b) No more slaughter c) Noe more Jones. 18. a) Worked harder b) Had less to eat c) Controlled by the pigs. Chapter 4 1. The pigeons. 2. a) Foxwood- Large, neglected, old fashioned, worn out pastures, owned by Pilkington who is easy going, fishes, & hunts. b) Pinchfield- Smaller, better kept, Owed by Federick who is tough and shrewd. 3. Bulls turned savage, Sheep broke hedges, Cows kicked pails over, everyone knew the song Beasts of England. 4. The Pigeons. 5. a) Snowball. b) Defense strategies. 6. Violent, some sheep were killed, one of Jones' men were thought to be killed, resulted in a win for animal farm. 7. Snowball. 8. a) Mollie. b) Hiding in her stall. 9. a) First class, Animal hero (Brass Medal)- Snowball & Boxer b) Second class, animal hero- Sheep 10. a) Midsummer- rebellion b) October- Battle of the Cowshed Chapter 5

1. a) She talked to a man of Willington Farm for(ribbons+Sugar). b) She then left Animal Farm and went to Willington. 2. "These two disagreed at every point where disagreement was possible. If one of them suggested sowing a bigger acreage with barley, the other was certain to demand a bigger acreage of oats, and if one of them said that such and such a field was just right for cabbages,

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the other would declare that it was useless for anything except roots. Each had his own following, and there were some violent debates. At the Meetings Snowball often won over the majority by his brilliant speeches, but Napoleon was better at canvassing support for himself in between times. He was especially successful with the sheep..." 3. To stop the animals from saying anything against his plans by interrupting them. 4. a) It would make work easier for them. b) Napoleon, because he was jealous. c) Benjamin. 5. He urinated on them 6. Snowball. 7. He was chased away by the dogs. 8. They were Jessie and Bluebell's puppies. 9. They ended because Napoleon said it was a waste of time. 10. Napoleon sent him to calm down the animals and to spread up some propaganda. 11. They hesitated somehow, but Squealer was so persuasive, plus the dogs were growling there in order to prevent any questioning. 12. " Napoleon is always right". 13. Old Major's Skull. 14. They're now the "Inner Party". They are the animals with all the power "Leaders". 15. That the windmill was Napoleons idea from the first place. 16. To get rid of Snowball and his dangerous character and bad influence. 17. The dogs, by growling in order to scare the animals who were still unconvinced. Chapter 6

1. They will receive no food. 2. They were working for their own good, not for Mr. Jones's, they have more food and 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

can maintain the grounds more easily. Breaking the available stones into manageable sizes. they finally learn to raise and drop the stones into the quarry, thereby smashing them into many pieces. He worked earlier, later and in his spare time. Iron, nails, paraffin oil, dog biscuits. He would trade with humans and he has hired a broker, Mr. Whymper. Chicken eggs, stacks of hay, part of the wheat crop. Napoleon would deal with a solicitor who agreed to be an intermediary. A middle man. Squealer. Out of respect because it has survived for so long. He might be making a deal with Mr. Frederick and Mr. Pilkington.

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13. a) Into the farmhouse. b) It is important because sleeping in beds is a violation against

one of the Commandments. 14. He changed it to "no sleeping in beds with sheets" 15. They need more rest for their work. 16. A storm toppled it over. 17. a) It had been destroyed by the storm. b) Snowball had been blamed for doing it. Chapter 7

1. The humans say the windmill fell because the walls were not thick enough, and so it will 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

not collapse again. Boxer and Clover. The pigs "The Leaders" So that no one can know that they're being weak. Filling empty bins with sand then covering them with grain and meal. a) He rations food and punishes anyone who opposes him. b) Getting the name of "leader" instead of "comrade". That they died of a disease "Coccidiosis". He is said to be hiding on one of the neighboring farms. He acts like he is going to sell it to one farmer, and then switches. Boxer. That Snowball was Jones's agent from the beginning. Some of the animals made confessions and the dogs executed them. For example Some hens confessed that they were the leaders of the hens. That he must work harder and that there must be some fault in the animals themselves. When she said that it is better than when Jones was in charge. a) That song was for the Rebellion, and there is no longer any need to rebel. b) Animal Farm, Animal Farm, Never Through me Shall thou come to harm. 15. The sheep saying "two legs bad, four legs good".

Chapter 8

1. It glorified Napoleon and made him like he is the best leader. 2. No animal shall kill another animal without cause. 3. It makes the other animals dont like Mr.Fredrick and makes Napolean looks like he is selling it to Mr.Pilkington. 4. Death to Fredrick 5. Snowball now blaming for the wheat crop of weeds, he mixed weed seeds with the seed corn.

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6. Napoleon originally opposed the idea when Snowball came up with it. Plus he had urinated to it. 7. Three days later, Whymper informs Napoleon that the banknotes are forgeries. Napoleon sentences Frederick to death by boiling alive and tries to reconcile with Pilkington. 8. The battle of the windmill is over a pile of timber to build the windmill. Napoleon engages in complicated negotiations for the sale of it to either Mr. Frederick or Mr. Pilkington. When negotiations favor Mr. Frederick, the pigs teach the animals to hate Mr. Pilkington. When Mr. Pilkington then appears ready to buy the timber, the pigs teach the animals to hate Mr. Frederick with equal ferocity. Whichever farm is currently out of favor is said to be the hiding place of Snowball. 9. The animals almost lost the battle and a lot of animals were killed. Plus the windmill was destroyed. 10. At first when the pigs discover the whiskey, they consume it and many things are heard from the farmhouse. Napoleon is declared almost dead in the morning, but by the afternoon that next day things seem to be feeling much better for him. Plus It made the pigs change one of the Commandments again. 11. Sowing barley seeds. 12. Because he was changing the 6th commandant to "no animal shall drink alcohol to excess. Chapter 9

1. Split hoof. Clover 2. The late summer of the following year. 3. Readjustment. 4. Yes. 5. When a pig walked past another animal, the other animal must move out of the way, they were permitted to wear a green ribbon on Sundays. 6. All the other animal's rations were being reduced over, and over again and they were almost starved and yet the pigs were fat and well fed. 7. At the appointed time all animals would cease work and march around the precincts of the farm in military formation. To celebrate the struggles and triumphs of Animal Farm. 8. He was the only candidate. 9. Napoleon wounded Snowball not Mr.Jones. ( this is a lie of course "amr""lool"). 10. It shows that some of the things from Mr. Jones time were returning. 11. I don't understand sorry. 12. Because ''the veterinary surgeon in Willington could treat him better''. 13. The van had previously belonged to the horse slaughterers and the vets had not yet painted over the sign. Yes. 14. They told the other animals to adopt his maxims ''I will work harder'' and ''Napoleon is always right''. 15. By selling Boxer.

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Chapter 10 1. Clover, Benjamin, Moses and a number of the pigs. 2. No. No. 3. They were forgotten. 4. They had to expend enormous labors every day upon files reports minutes and memoranda. 5. Every detail. 6. ''Four legs good, two legs better''. 7. ''All animals are equal. But some animals are more equal than others.'' 8. They are both cruel and manipulative. The both walk on two legs. And Napoleon had started wearing Jones's clothes. 9. They were all talking to each other equally. There were no pigs, only humans in that room. 10. In the end Clover couldn't tell the difference between the pigs and the humans. This is ironic because in the beginning they were trying to escape the humans but in the end they were no different. Copyright 2014 amrmohsin@hotmail.com. All Rights Reserved.

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