Animal Farm


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1. Who first introduces the idea of an animal-controlled society to the farm animals?

a. Snowball

b. Old Major

c. Napoleon

d. Squealer

2. After Old Major’s death, which of these characters take a leadership position on the farm?

a. Snowball

b. Napoleon

c. Squealer

d. Boxer

3. Which of these animals is least enthusiastic about life on the farm after the Rebellion?

a. Napoleon

b. Mollie

c. Jessie

d. Minimus

4. How does Moses attempt to placate the animals?

a. By telling them how conditions have improved since Mr. Jones left

b. By encouraging them to rebel against the pigs

c. By telling them stories of Sugarcandy Mountain

d. By encouraging them to sing “Beasts of England”

5. The Seven Commandments are eventually reduced to an altered version of which one of the original commandments?

a. The First Commandment

b. The Third Commandment

c. The Fifth Commandment

d. The Seventh Commandment

6. Napoleon symbolizes which of the following figures in the Bolshevik Revolution?

a. Lenin

b. Trotsky

c. Stalin

d. Marx

7. Mollie is upset with the changes in Animal Farm after the animals evict Mr. Jones because:

a. Her children are used as draft horses

b. She no longer sees her friends from neighboring farms

c. She misses Mrs. Jones

d. She misses sugar cubes and hair ribbons

8. The animal who best symbolizes the proletariat in the novel is:

a. Mollie

b. Napoleon

c. Boxer

d. Jessie

9. What is the name of the philosophy inspired by Old Major’s vision and developed by the pigs?


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