Animal Farm Test | Mid-Book Test - Hard

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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. Which animal disappears from the farm in Chapter 5?

2. What do all of the animals do after Mr. Jones reacts to their noise in Chapter 1?

3. After something happens to Old Major in Chapter 2, what do the rest of the animals prepare for?

4. What do other animals on other farms begin to do by Chapter 4?

5. Which animal holds education sessions for the other animals?

Short Essay Questions

1. What happens to the rest of the animals after Old Major's speech?

2. What does Old Major says is the result of being enslaved by mankind?

3. To Old Major, who is the only creature who consumes without producing?

4. What is the goal of the farmers in Chapter 4?

5. Why do the farm animals continue to believe in Old Major's message?

6. Why didn't the pigs do any work in Chapter 3?

7. What in Chapter 4 could be considered as increasing the tension between Napoleon and Snowball?

8. Which animal is favored by Mr. Jones over all of the other animals?

9. From where do the nine dogs who drive snowball from the farm come?

10. What do you think happened to Mollie?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

The concept of the perfect world is an underlying theme in this story. Discuss what the perfect world would be as described by the animals and what happened to that perfect world to destroy it.

Essay Topic 2

Throughout this story, the author uses personification. Write an essay describing how the pigs in particular, became more and more human as the story progressed. Use specific examples from the novel to support your position.

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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