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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. After the dogs drive the animal from the farm, what does Napoleon no longer deem necessary?
2. Where does Animal Farm begin?
3. Which animal is not mentioned in Chapter 4 at all?
4. Which two pigs disagree on almost every point at the meetings?
5. What does Old Major wish to share with the other animals in Chapter 1?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do the local farmers do regarding the Animal Farm in Chapter 4?
2. What talents does Squealer display which will be useful during the revolution?
3. What do the animals do on Sundays, according to Chapter 3?
4. Who emerges as the true leader of the farm by Chapter 4?
5. At the end of the Chapter 4, what does Snowball call on the animals on the farm to be ready to do?
6. Who is left totally in charge of the farm at the end of Chapter 5?
7. Who begins to organize the revolution in Chapter 2?
8. Why does Old Major feel it is important to give his speech that night in Chapter 1?
9. From where do the nine dogs who drive snowball from the farm come?
10. How do the animals react to Animalism after they have the greatest harvest ever?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
As this story is a representation of the mindset of people in a country following an upheaval or revolution, each character represents a typical group of people. Choose two characters from the novel and describe which group of people they represent and how their actions in the novel support your opinions.
Essay Topic 2
Propaganda is continually used throughout this novel. Describe propaganda techniques you saw in the novel which you feel are still employed today. Then describe how you feel these techniques worked in the book and continue to work today.
Essay Topic 3
Consider the character Boxer. Write an essay about this character and the decisions and actions he took throughout the story as well as his final fate. Make a judgment about these issues and use information from the text to support your judgment.
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