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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. Who declares the battle in Chapter 8 a victory?
2. What does Napoleon fill the empty food bins with?
3. Which of the Seven Commandments does Napoleon break by slaughtering the animals whom he forced to confess to treason?
4. Who convinces the animals that trade with humans has always been allowed?
5. How much food are the animals able to store in Chapter 6?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is one thing Squealer invents to keep the animals busy and content?
2. Why do you think Napoleon forces some of the animals to confess to treasonous acts?
3. By Chapter 6, what types of materials do the animals begin to not have enough of to sustain the farm?
4. Why are the animals changing the Commandments?
5. What do the animals continue to feel proud about in Chapter 10?
6. Why do the hens protest Napoleon's orders in Chapter 7?
7. What about trading with Mr. Whymper is a source of pride for the animals on the farm?
8. How does Squealer portray Snowball in Chapter 7?
9. What does Napoleon arrange upon the completion of the windmill in Chapter 8?
10. What happens to Napoleon in Chapter 8?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Can you describe a time in this country where you believe the ruler blatantly broke the founding principles upon which the country was based? How does this compare to the character of Napoleon in this novel?
Essay Topic 2
In your opinion, why does Napoleon not disguise or cover up his actions as related to the breaking of the Seven Commandments? Use information from the text to support your opinions.
Essay Topic 3
In the novel, Snowball's strength and commitment during the battle makes the other animals respect him even more. Describe a time in your own life where you felt you did something that earned the respect of others and whether or not it was justified.
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