Animal Farm Unit Test
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Animal Farm is an allegory because the animals and events
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One main point of Old Major’s speech was that under Jones their lives are
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Old Major stated that the only creature who consumes without producing is
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The work of teaching and organizing the others fell naturally upon the pigs, who were generally recognized as being the
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There was a rivalry for command between
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Boxer represents
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Orwell uses Animal Farm to
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Which of the following best describes the role of the dogs in Animal Farm?
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Squealer convinces the animals to accept whatever Napoleon decides by
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Which incident best foreshadows the eventual betrayal of Boxer being sold to the knacker?
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The author of Animal Farm once said in a letter, “The turning-point of the story was supposed to be when the pigs kept the milk and apples for themselves.” Why is this a turning point in the novel?
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What is Sugarcandy Mountain?
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What are Boxer’s maxims?
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Why don’t the other animals protest against Napoleon and his decisions after his dogs chase Snowball off the farm?
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How does Napoleon express his contempt for Snowball’s windmill plans?
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What does Napoleon rename Animal Farm in his toast at the end of the novel?
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What happens to Boxer after he collapses while hauling stones?
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Which animal voluntarily leaves the farm?
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Which animal discovers the truth about Boxer’s destination when the pigs load him into a cart claiming that he is being taken to a doctor?
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Which Russian leader does Napoleon most resemble?
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Which of these best describes an allegory?
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Animal Farm may be described as an allegory in that it:
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The events that take place in Animal Farm are based on real events in what country?
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By the end of the novel, what is the only commandment posted on the barn?
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By the end of the novel, the pigs:
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