Animal Farm Test Review Flashcard Example #26951

Old Major
Animal who has a dream containing the ideas of animalism- Represents Karl Marx
Mr. Jones
The owner of the farm before the rebellion- Represents Czars
Dogs
Bluebell, Jessie, Pincher- represents KGB
Horses
Boxer and Clover- represent the working class
Muriel
The white goat- represents educated working class
Benjamin
The oldest animal on the farm (donkey) and the worst tempered- represents the older generation that is critical of the new leadership in Russia
Clover
Stout motherly mare, has trouble remembering the commandments and suspects that the commandments are being changed
Boxer
“As strong as almost two horses put together”- represents the working class in Russia
Moses
The tame raven who preaches of “sugar candy mountain”- represents religion
Beasts of England
Song that Old major teaches to the animals after his speech.
Pigs
The smartest type of animal
Snowball and Napoleon
Leaders of the farm directly after the rebellion.
Squealer
Pig who is a great speaker- represents propaganda
Midsummer Eve
Anniversary of the rebellion.
Mollie
Had trouble giving up her ribbons
Straw Hat
Item of clothing that boxer gives up shortly after the rebellion
Two legs
Commandment #1: Whatever goes upon ______ is an enemy.
Friend
Commandment #2: Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings is a _______.
Clothes
Commandment #3: No animal shall wear _____.
Bed
Commandment #4: No animal shall sleep in a _____. (original version of #4)
Alcohol
Commandment #5: No animal shall drink _____. (original version of #5)
Kill
Commandment #6: No animal shall ____ any other animal. (original version of #6)
Equal
Commandment #7: All animals are _____.
True
The first harvest after the rebellion was the most successful harvest the farm had ever seen (t/f).
Boxer
Who repeatedly says, “I will work harder”
Green
Color of the animal farm flag.
Hoof and Horn
Two prints on the (original) animal farm flag.
Dogs
Group of young animal that Napoleon raises from youth directly after the rebellion.
Good, Bad
Four legs ____. Two legs ____.
Snowball
Formed various committees on the farm to make the animals feel involved.
Comrades
The animal on the farm address each other as _____.
Pigs
It was agreed upon very early in the farm that the milk and the windfall apples be reserved for the _____ alone.
Pigeons
Sent to send the ideas of snowball and Napoleon to the other farms.
Pilkington
Owner of the Foxwood farm- represents England and the United States
Frederick
Owner of the Pinchfield farm- represents Hitler
False
Immediately after the rebellion the owners of the surrounding farms respected the animals and stopped calling the farm “Manor farm” and called it by the new name of “Animal Farm” (T/F)
Battle of the Cowshed
The last attempt by Mr. Jones to take the farm back.
Snowball
Leader of the animal in the battle of the cowshed- represents Leon Trotsky
True
After the battle of the cowshed it was decided that Jone’s gun would be fired twice a year. (T/F)
Mollie
Animal who leaves the farm after ribbons and sugar cubes were found in her stall- represents the vain people of Russia (typically business owners and shopkeepers)
Sheep
Animals who had taken to bleating “Four legs good, two legs bad”.
Snowball
Whose idea was it to build a windmill to be used to heat the animals stalls?
Napoleon
Who wanted the windmill to be used to mill corn?
Snowball
Original supporter of the windmill
Napoleon
Originally opposed the windmill
Snowball
Chased off of the farm by the dogs and killed- represents Trotsky
Napoleon
Ordered Snowball’s killing
Squealer
Sent around the farm to do Napoleon’s dirty work (convincing the animal’s Napoleon’s ideas are good)
False
After snowball’s expulsion Napoleon keeps on with the Sunday meetings (T/F)
Dogs
Animals that follow around Napoleon to threaten the other animals
Boxer
Who says, “Napoleon is always right”?
Snowball
Who stated, “The only good human is a dead human”?
Snowball
Napoleon tells the other animals that _____ is really a traitor and did not actually fight heroically in the battle of the cowshed.
Quarry
To build the windmill the animals got limestone from the ______.
Boxer
In addition to his regular work on the farm he added extra hour each day to working on the windmill.
Mr. Whymper
Man from Willingdon who helps Napoleon with business affairs
Monday
Day of the week when Mr. Whymper visits the farm.
With Sheets
Commandment #4 is changed to: No animal shall sleep in a bed ______.
Snowball
Napoleon says that the windmill was knocked over by none other than ______.
True
One afternoon a bunch of animals tell Napoleon that they are in cahoots with snowball. He has them executed in front of all the other animals (T/F)
False
After Napoleon executed the “allies of snowball” he allows the animals to keep singing “Beasts of England”. (T/F)
Without cause
Commandment #6 is changed to: No animal shall kill any other animal ______.
Black Cockrel
In addition to his pack of dogs Napoleon starts walking around the farm being led by a _____ who acts as a trumpeter.
Frederick
Napoleon sells the timber to ______.
False
Frederick pays Napoleon for the timber in legit money. (T/F)
True
After the exchange with the timber Frederick and his men try to attack Animal Farm. (T/F)
True
When Frederick and his men attack Animal Farm they knock down the windmill. (T/F)
Storm
What really knocks down the windmill (the first time it falls)?
Battle of the Windmill
What is the battle called in which there is an attack by Fredrick’s men on Animal Farm.
True
Boxer in injured (in his hoof) in the Battle of the windmill but recovers. (T/F)
In excess
Commandment #5 is changed to: No animal shall drink alcohol ______.
True
The young piglets that are taught by Napoleon himself are given the privilege of wearing green ribbons on sundays. (T/F)
Religion
Sugar Candy Mountain (preached by Moses) represents ________.
Napoleon
Sends Boxer to the knacker after his lungs give out.
Manor Farm
Name of the farm at the end of the book.
Walking on two legs
What were the pigs doing at the end of the novella that was shocking?

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