Animal Farm Ch. 10 Flashcard Example #93084

What changes have the years brought to the farm?
Most of the animals who fought the rebellion are dead. New animals have been born or bought to replace them. The windmill is complete and there are plans for a new one. It does not supply the animals with anything, but grinds grain to sell.
How are the pigs appearing in public?
Dressed as men and walking on two legs. Napoleon even carries a whip.
What is the new sheep-“commandment”?
Four legs good, two legs better!
How do the animals now feel about their social order? How do they feel about their farm?
They don’t think about it. They do take pride in being the only animal run farm in England.
All seven commandments are erased.
What is the new single commandment?
All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others.
How has it been true from the beginning?
The day of the revolution, the pigs stole the milk. It got worse from that day.
At the conference with neighboring farms, what new changes does Napoleon point out?
He gets more work out of his animals for less food. He keeps his “lower orders” in order better. The men are jealous.
What happens to the pigs’ appearance?
The animals can’t tell the difference between the pigs and the men.

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