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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. In Chapter 8, on what do the animals work harder than they ever had before?
2. What happens when the hens protest Napoleon's orders in Chapter 7?
3. Who tries to cover the plot about where Boxer is actually being sent to in Chapter 9?
4. What does Napoleon order in Chapter 6, in regard to Snowball?
5. Who does Napoleon do business with in Chapter 6?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Napoleon do to Boxer in Chapter 9?
2. Why do the pigs invite the neighboring farmers over in Chapter 10?
3. When the animals look at the Seven Commandments about sleeping in a bed, what do they find?
4. How do the pigs celebrate the victory over Frederick and his fifteen men?
5. What may happen to many of the animals on the farm in the winter if Napoleon does not find something to trade?
6. What about trading with Mr. Whymper is a source of pride for the animals on the farm?
7. In Chapter 7, what does Napoleon order in regards to Snowball?
8. How many of the original Seven Commandments were broken throughout the novel?
9. Why are the animals changing the Commandments?
10. What do the animals do when Frederick and his fifteen men attack?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay explaining how you think things might have been different on the farm had Snowball not been driven off by the Napoleon and the dogs. Use specific events from the story and show how they might have been different had Snowball been in charge at that time.
Essay Topic 2
Write an essay comparing the differences in the class system throughout the novel. Be sure to include specific examples from the text to support your essay.
Essay Topic 3
Write about how the term Authoritarianism describes the style of leadership employed by the pigs. Be sure to include specific examples from the story to support your opinions.
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