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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 of the Seven Commandments does Napoleon break by slaughtering the animals whom he forced to confess to treason?
2. What is created in Napoleon's honor in Chapter 8?
3. What do the pigs begin to carry by Chapter 10?
4. What is plentiful for the animals in Chapter 6?
5. What does the animal that returns to the farm in Chapter 9 speak of?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the reason that Squealer says it is important the animals sleep in the farmhouse?
2. What prevents Boxer from following Clover's advice in Chapter 9?
3. How many of the original Seven Commandments were broken throughout the novel?
4. On Sundays, what announcement does Squealer make?
5. What happens to Napoleon in Chapter 8?
6. Why must the hens increase their production in Chapter 9?
7. Why do you think Napoleon forces some of the animals to confess to treasonous acts?
8. Why do the animals begin to have some doubts about Napoleon and the things he is doing by Chapter 6?
9. Why does the moral begin to slide at the Animal Farm in Chapter 7?
10. What does Napoleon arrange upon the completion of the windmill in Chapter 8?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
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.
Essay Topic 2
Throughout the story, the character of Napoleon becomes more and more detached from reality. Describe the path this detachment took through the novel using details from the novel to support your ideas.
Essay Topic 3
In the novel, Napoleon hid the fact that his animals were starving from others. Why would a leader of a country want to hide something like that? Use examples from the story to support your answer.
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