Sunday, May 31, 2009

ANIMAL FARM QUIZ IN SPARK NOTES

Animal Farm—Spark Note Quiz
Jeannette K. Rook
Taken: May 31, 2009
http://www.sparknotes.com/lit/animalfarm/quiz.html
George Orwell

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1. Which animal hides during the Battle of the Cowshed?

Chapter 2
d. Mollie Pg 17.
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2. To whom does Napoleon sell the farm's pile of timber?

Chapter 8
b. Frederick Pg 76
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3. How does Napoleon express his contempt for Snowball's windmill plans?

Chapter 5
(C) By urinating on them
Pg 39
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4. Who reduces the ideals of Animalism to the phrase “Four legs good, two legs bad”?

Chapter 3
(A) Snowball
Pg 25.
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5. Who teaches the sheep to chant “Four legs good, two legs better”?

Chapter Ten

(D) Squealer
Pg 101/102
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6. What is Sugarcandy Mountain?
Chapter 2
(B) The idea of animal heaven propagated by Moses the raven
Pg 13
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Chapter 3

(A) Four—A through D
Pg 24
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8. Which of the pigs proves the best writer?
Chapter 2

(C) Snowball
Pg 18.
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9. Which pig writes the poem lauding Napoleon?

Chapter 8

(C) Minimus
Pg 71
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10. What does Napoleon rename Animal Farm in his toast at the end of the novel?
Chapter 10

(D) The Manor Farm
Pg. 107
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11. Why does Napoleon believe that he is dying the morning after he drinks the whisky? Missed
Chapter 8

(B) Because he has a miserable hangover
(C) Because he was visited by the vengeful ghost of Snowball during a drunken trance

Pg 82 Violating Commandment # No Animal Shall Drink
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12. With whom does Napoleon play cards at the end of the novel?
Chapter 10

(D) Mr. Pilkington
Pg 108
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13. What is the name of the quasi-Marxist socialist philosophy advocated by Napoleon and Snowball?
Chapter 2

(B) Animalism

Pg 12
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14. What are Boxer's maxims?
Chapter 6

(C) “I will work harder” and “Napoleon is always right”
Pg 48
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15. Which animal voluntarily leaves the farm?
Chapter 4

(A) Mollie
Pg 36
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16. What is Boxer's ultimate fate?
Chapter 8

(C) Napoleon sells him to a glue factory
Pg 93
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17. What is Mr. Jones's main vice?

(B) Alcohol
Chapter 1 Pg 1, Chapter 4 Pg 28 Chapter 10 Pg 97
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18. Which of the following pigs composes the song that replaces “Beasts of England”?
Chapter 8

(B) Minimus
Pg 72
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19. What title does Napoleon eventually assume for himself?

(C) President of the Republic
Chapter 9 Pg 88
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20. Which animal refuses to become excited about the windmill?
Chapter 5
(B) Old Benjamin
Pg 39
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21. What is the reason for the windmill's initial collapse?
Chapter 7

(C) It falls in a storm

Pg 56
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22. 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?

Chapter 9
(D) Benjamin
Pg 92
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23. Which Russian leader does Snowball most resemble?

(B) Trotsky

Soviet History Under Communist Party Rule After The Revolution of October 1917
Stalin had his opponents officially denounced as participants in Trotskist Conspiracies and there for enemies of the people , and appellation that guaranteed the immediate execution
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24. Which Russian leader does Napoleon most resemble?


(A) Stalin
Soviet History Under Communist Party Rule After The Revolution of October 1917
Exercise unjust control of mass of gullible human beings
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25. What Russian institution does the raven Moses evoke? Missed

Chapter 2 and Chapter 89
(A) The Secret Police
(C) The Russian Orthodox Church

Pg 13 Preaching about Sugarcandy Mountain [Heaven for animals]
Pg 89 Preaching about Sugarcandy Mountian

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Study Questions
1. What happens to Mr. Jones?


Jones too was dead—he had died in an inebriate’s home in another part of the country. Pg 97

2. How does the farm prosper in the years after Boxer’s death?

The windmill was used for milling corn and brought in a handsome profit. Pg 98

3. What kind of work do the pigs do on the now-prosperous farm?

They didn’t do any work Pg 99 It was not that these creatures did not work, after their fashion. Squealer explains they are the supervisors. Pg 99.

4. What is the new slogan learned by the sheep and why?

The farmhouse came a long file of pigs, all walking on their hind legs Pg 101

“Four legs good!, two legs better! For Legs good, two legs better! Four legs good, two legs better!

5. What happens to the Seven Commandments?

They were erased Pg 101

For once Benjamin consented to break his rule, and he read out to her what was written on the wall. There was nothing there now except a single Commandment. It ran:

ALL ANIMALS ARE EQUAL
BUT SOME ANIMALS ARE
MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS Pg 103

The pigs became the elite and more controlling than Mr. Jones.
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6. What modern conveniences do the pigs enjoy after they learn to walk on two legs?

Telephones Pg 103
Wearing Clothing Pg 103
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7. What observations has Mr. Pilkington made on his tour of Animal Farm?


He believed that he was right in saying that the lower animals on Animal Farm did more work and received less food than any animals in this county. Indeed he and his fellow visitors today had observed many features which they intended to introduce on their own farms immediately Pg 105
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8. What changes does Napoleon announce at his meeting with the humans?

He abolish the name Animal Farm and restores the name THE MANOR FARM Pg 107.

9. What causes the...Pig to act like man. Pig assumed man’s identity. By living the mans life.

Who was who. From pig to man or From Man to pig. Pg 108

When Pig learned to think for themselves it was easy to convince the other animals to follow them. The other animals were ignorant and stupid. So it was easy for them to follow the leadership of the pigs.

Just as Eva was deceived by the serpent in the Garden of Eden. Genesis 3:1-7: The animals were convinced their lives are a lot worse under man. However, in the End Clover realizes that life under Mr. Jones was not so bad after all.

The other animals died off and the new younger generation had no knowledge of the Rebellion that free them from Man. From; generation to generation. Just like in Exodus 1: 8 Now arose up a new King over Egypt, which knew not Joseph.

CHAPTER IX ANIMAL FARMER ISBN 81 88280

Chapter IX Animal Farm
Study Guide
http://www.enotes.com/animal/chapter-ix-questions-answers


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1. What is Boxer’s ambition after the Battle of the Windmill?

Rebuilding the windmill Pg 84.
To see the windmill well under way before he reached the age for retirement. Pg 84
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2. How do the animals’ lives become harder after the windmill is blown up?

They knew that life nowadays was harsh and bare, that they were often hungry and often cold, and that they were usually working when they were not asleep. Pg 85 & 86
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3. How does Squealer convince them that their lives are better?

Squealer reminds them this “in those days they had been slaves and now they were free, and made all the difference. Pg 86
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4. What is a “Spontaneous Demonstration”?

Napoleon had commanded that once a week there should be held something called a Spontaneous Demonstration, the object of which was to celebrate the struggles and triumphs of Animal Farm. Pg 87

It was animals leave their work and March around to worship Napoleon in a military march.
Long live Comrade Napoleon PG 88
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5. What new information does Squealer reveal about Snowball?

That Snowball, complicity with Jones. . That he was fighting on the same side with Mr. Jones Pg 88 & 89
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6. What purpose does Moses the raven’s return to the farm serve?

He reminds the about Sugar Candy Mountain Pg 89 ANINAL HEAVEN Pg 13
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7. How do the pigs react to Moses’ return?

This time the animals believed him. Their lives now, they reasoned, were hungry and laborious; was it not right and just that a better world should exist somewhere else? Pg 89

At this point life on the Farm has become hard and the animals at this point welcome death.
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8. What happens to Boxer?

He is sent to the Knacker to be slaughter Pg 93. Just as Major predicted in Chapter 1 Pg 6 & 7. However, Major was wrong about man putting to down Boxer.

It was at the hand of animal once Boxer was no longer useful. Napoleon had him slaughtered. Pg 93.
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9. How does Squealer explain the events surrounding...death of Boxer.

When Squealer went onto give further graphic details of Boxer’s death-bed, the admirable care he had received and the expensive medicines for which Napoleon had paid without a thought as to the cost, their last doubts disappeared and the sorrow that they felt for their comrade’s death was tempered by the thought that at least he died happy. Pg 95.

Another False proper gander put out by Squealer who is the elaborate speaker.

CHAPTER VIII ANIMAL FARM ISBN 81 88280

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1. How does the Sixth Commandment change?

No animal shall kill any other animal Pg 18.

Muriel again reads and adds to the Commandment which makes it a deadly term.

No animal shall kill any other animal without cause. Pg 69

Commandment had not been violated; for clearly there was good reason for killing traitors who leagued them themselves with Snowball. Pg 69.

Traitor to Snowball will be put to death.
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2. What are the titles invented for Napoleon?

He was always referred to in formal style as our Leader Comrade Napoleon Pg 71
Father of All animals Pg 71
Terror of Mankind Protector of the Sheep-fold Pg 71
Ducklings Friend Pg 71
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3. What happens when Minimus composes the poem “Comrade Napoleon”?


Napoleon approved of this poem and caused it to be inscribed on the wall of the big barn, at the opposite end from the Seven Commandments. It was surmounted by a portrait of Napoleon, in profile, executed by Squealer in white paint. Pg 72.
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4. What other confessions are made by animals in this chapter and what are the results?

In the middle of the summer the animals were alarmed to hear that three hens had come forward and confessed that, inspired by Snowball, they had entered into a plot to murder Napoleon. They were executed immediately, and fresh precautions for Napoleon’s safety were taken. Pg 72.
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5. What is the latest information Squealer reveals to the animals about Snowball?

The wheat crop was full of weeds, and it was discovered that on one of his nocturnal visits Snowball had mixed weed seeds with the seed corn. A gander that had been privy to the plot had confessed his guilt to Squealer and immediately committed suicide by swallowing deadly nightshade berries. Pg 74
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6. What does Napoleon do with the woodpile?

Napoleon announced that he had sold the pile of timber to Frederick. Pg 75
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7. How does Frederick cheat Napoleon?

The Banknotes were forgeries! Frederick had go the timber for nothing! Pg 76.

8. What happens in the Battle of the Windmill?

Frederick and his man destroy the Windmill. Pg 78
The Windmill ceased to exist? Pg 78
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9. Why does Squealer tell the animals that Napoleon...

What matter? We will build another windmill. We Will build six windmills if we feel like it. You do not appreciate, comrade, the mighty thing that we have done. The enemy was in occupation on this very ground that we stand upon. And now thanks to the leadership of Comrade Napoleon—we have won every inch of it back again. Pg 80

Boxer realizes that they really didn’t win because they are in the same situation.
However Squealer tells him That is our victory. Pg 80

CHAPTER VII ANIMAL FARMER ISBN 81 88280

Chapter VII Animal Farm
Study Guide
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Study Questions

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1. How do the animals plan to prevent the second windmill from being destroyed?
Still, it had been decided to build the walls three feet thick this time instead of eighteen inches as before, which meant collecting much larger quantities of stone. Pg 56
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2. Besides the work on the windmill, what other hardships do the animals have to face in Chapter VII?
Starvation Pg 56
Napoleons Paranoid imagination working overtime and blaming everything on Snowball and executes anyone he believes is a spy for Snowball Pg 58-68
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3. How does Napoleon hope to prevent the outside world from finding out about the food shortages on Animal Farm?
Napoleon ordered the almost empty bins in the store-shed to be filled nearly to the brim with sand, which then covered up with what remained of the grain and meal. Pg 58
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4. What is the cause of concern among the chickens?
They protested that to take the eggs away now was murder. Pg 58 That means new born chicks are not to be born.
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5. How do the hens react to Napoleon’s news about the eggs?
For the first time since the expulsion of Jones there was something resembling a rebellion. Led by three young Black Minorca pullets, the hens made a determined effort to thwart Napoleon’s wishes. Their method was to fly up to the rafters and there lay their eggs, which smashed to pieces on the floor. Pg. 59
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6. How does Napoleon deal with the Mutiny of the Hens and what are the results?
He ordered the hens rations to be stopped, and decreed that any animal giving so much as a grain of corn to a hen should be punished by death. Pg 59.
Note: The first stand against Napoleons by decision Then Hens Rebelled against Nepoleon by destroying the eggs.
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7. Besides the destruction of the Windmill

the food fell short by January. Pg 57. For days the animals had nothing to eat but chaff and mangles. Starvation seemed to stare them in the face. Pg 57.

CHAPTER VI ANIMAL FARMER ISBN 81 88280

Chapter VI Animal Farm
Study guide
http://www.enotes.com/animal/chapter-vi-questions-answers

Study Questions
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1. How did the lives of the animals become more difficult in the beginning of Chapter VI?

All that year the animals worked like slaves. Pg 46

Through the spring and summer they worked a sixty hour week and in August Napoleon announced that there would be work on Sunday afternoons as well. This was strictly voluntary, but any animal who absented himself from it would have his rations reduced by half. Pg 47.

After the rebellion and under Napoleon rule life was much harder then when it was under Mr. Jones. The animals didn’t have a say.
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2. How does Boxer deal with these new difficulties?

His two slogans I will work harder and Napoleon is always right. Pg 48.
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3. How do conditions on the farm under Napoleon’s leadership compare to when Jones was the owner?

Life was much more harder, they had to work long hours and deal with Napolean’s paranoid personality and the animals who protested were silenced.. Pg 46, & 47
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4. Who is Mr. Whymper and why does he come to the farm?

A solicitor living in Willingdon had agreed to act an intermediary between the Animal Farm and the outside world and would visit the farm every Monday morning to receive his instructions. Pg 50
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5. How does Squealer address the animals’ concerns about engaging in trade with the humans?

He assured them that the resolution against engaging in trade and using money had never been passed, or even suggested. It was pure imagination, probably traceable in the beginning to lies circulated by Snowball. Pg 50

Mainly with lies and blaming game with Snowball
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6. What change occurs to the living conditions of the pigs?

Moving into the farm house Pg 52

The breaking of Commandment # 4. Pg 18

4. NO ANIMAL SHALL SLEEP IN A BED

Muriel said she gravely, now read the [Fourth] Commandment. Does not say something about never sleeping in a bed? Pg 52

With some difficulty Muriel spelt it out.

It says NO ANIMAL SHALL SLEEP IN A BED WITH SHEETS.

She announced finally.

Clover had not remembered that the Fourth Commandment mentioned sheets.

Squealer uses Muriel explanation to his advantage because the whole matter in its proper perspective. Pg 52
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7. What happens to the Fourth Commandment?

The Fourth Commandment was violated and two words were added to the Commandment.
No animal shall sleep in a bed WITH SHEETS Pg 52

CHAPTER V ANIMAL FARM ISBN 81 88280

Chapter V Animal Farm
Study guides
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Study Questions
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1. Why does Clover confront Mollie
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Clover, confronts Mollie because; she was seen that man was stroking her nose. Pg 35 & 36
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2. What happens to Mollie?

Three days later Mollie disappeared. For some weeks nothing was known of her whereabouts, then the pigeons reported that they had seen her on the other side of the Willingdon. She was between the shafts of a smart dog cart red and black, which standing outside a public house. A fat red faced in check breeches and gaiters, who looked like a publican, was stroking her nose and feeding her sugar. Her coat was newly clipped and she wore a scarlet ribbon round her forelock. She appeared to be enjoying herself, so the pigeons said. NONE of the animals ever mentioned Mollie again Pg 36.
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3. How does Napoleon use the sheep’s bleating of “Four legs good, two legs bad” to his advantage?

Napoleon was better at canvassing support for himself in between times. He was especially successful with the Sheep. They would bleating out Four Legs good, two legs bad. This caused disruption during the meetings at crucial moments in Snowball speeches. Pg 37
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4. What does Snowball see for the animals as a result of building the windmill?

Windmill, which could be made to operate a dynamo and supply the farm with electric power. Pg 38

Snowball conjured up pictures of fantastic machines which would do their work for them while they grazed at their ease in the fields of improved their minds with reading and conversation. Pg 38.
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5. How does Napoleon show his disapproval of Snowball’s plans?
The suddenly he lifted his leg, urinated over the plans, and walked out without uttering a word. Pg 39.
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6. What is Benjamin’s opinion of the windmill?
Benjamin was the only animal who did not side with either faction. He refused to believe either food would become more plentiful or that the windmill would save work. Pg 39
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7. What happens to Snowball?
Snowball is expulsion Pg 42---He is ousted by Napoleon
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8. What changes on Animal Farm does Napoleon announce to the animals?

Napoleon takes over. He also announced that the windmill was to be built after all. He did not give any reason for having changed his mind. Pg 44.
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9. How does Squealer explain these changes and...

Squealer, was something called tactics. He repeated a number of times “Tactics’ comrades, tactics! Skipping round and whisking his tail with a merry laugh. The animals were not certain what the word means, but Squealer spoke so persuasively, and the three dogs that happened to be with him growled so threateningly, but they accepted his explanation without further questions. Pg 45

CHAPTER IV ANIMAL FARMER STUDY GUIDE ISBN NO. 81 88280

Chapter IV Animal Farm
Study Questions
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Study Questions
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1. How does Mr. Jones spend most of his time after he is kicked off his farm?
Most of his time Mr. Jones had spent sitting in the taproom of the ‘Red Lion’ at Willingdon, Complaining to anyone who would listen of the monstrous injustice he had suffered in being turned out of his property by a pack of good-for-nothing animals. Pg 28

Red Lion-Bar getting drunk
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2. Who is Mr. Pilkington and how does Orwell describe him?
Mr. Pilkington, was easy going gentleman farmer who spent most of his time in fishing or hunting according to the season. Pg 29. Owner of the Foxwood Farm Pg 28
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3. Who is Mr. Frederick and how does Orwell describe him?
Mr. Frederick, a tough, shrewd man perpetually involved in lawsuits and with a name for driving had bargains. Pg 29. Owner of the Pinchfield Farm Pg 29.
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4. What is the typical relationship between these two men?

These two disliked each other so much that it was difficult for them to come to any agreement, even in defense of their own interests. Pg 29.

What Brings them together in agreement is the Animal Rebellion that happened on Jones Farm they frightened and they begin to talk terrible wickedness of the Former Manor Farm now the Animal Farm. Pg 29.
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5. How do Foxwood Farm and Pinch field Farm compare?

Foxwood was large, neglected, old-fashioned farm, much overgrown by woodland, with all its pastures worn out and its hedges in a disgraceful condition. Owner Mr. Pilkington. Pg 28 &29
Pinchfield Farm was smaller and better kept. Pg 29.
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6. How do the farmers try to discredit what is happening on Animal Farm?

At First they pretend to laugh to scorn the idea of animals managing a farm for themselves. The whole thing would be over in a fortnight, they said. They put it about the Manor Farm: they would not tolerate the Name ANIMALFARM. Were perpetually fighting among themselves, and were also rapidly starving to death. Pg 29
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7. What is the cause of the Battle of the Cowshed?
The tune and even the words of Beast of England Pg 30
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8. What is Snowball’s role in the battle?

Snowball, who had studied an old book of Julius Caesar’s campaigns which he found in the farmhouse, was in charge of the defensive operations. Pg 30

As human beings approached the farm buildings, Snowball launched his first attack. Pg 31

Snowball now launched second line of attack. Muriel, Benjamin, and all the sheep, with Snowball at the head of them, rushed forward and prodded and butted the men from every side, while Benjamin turned around and lashed them with his small hoofs. Pg 31

Snowball which was the signal for retreat, all the animals turned and fled through the gateway into yard

The men gave a shout of Triumph.
This is what Snowball had intended

As soon as they were well inside the yard the three horses, three cows, and the rest of the pigs, who had been lying in ambush in the cowshed, suddenly emerged in their rear, cutting them off. Snowball gave the signal for the charge. Pg 31.
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9. What part does Boxer play in the


... most terrifying spectacle of all was Boxer rearing up on his hind legs and striking out with his great iron-shod hoofs like a stallion. His very first blow took a stable-lad from Foxwood on the skull and stretched him lifeless in the mud. Pg 32
He is dead said Boxer sorrowfully Pg 32.
No Sentimentality comrade! Cried Snowball from whose wounds the blood was still dripping. War is War. The only good human being is a dead one. Pg 32.


CHAPTER III ANIMAL FARM ISBN NO. 81-88280

Chapter III
Animal Farm
Study Questions


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Study Questions



1. What is the result of the harvest after the Rebellion and why?


For the harvest was an even bigger success than they had hoped Pg 20.
In the end they finished the harvest in two days less time than it had usually taken Jones and his men. Moreover, it was the biggest harvest that the farm had ever seen. Pg 21.

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2. What part do the pigs play in the harvest?
The pigs did not actually work, but directed and supervised the others. With their superior knowledge it was natural that they should assume the leadership. Pg 20.

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3. What is Boxer’s personal motto?
I will work out harder! Pg 22

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4. What is the attitude of Mollie and the cat toward work on the farm?
Mollie it was true was not good at getting up in the morning and had a way of leaving work early on the ground that there was a stone in her hoof Pg 22
Cat could never be found she would vanish for hours on end, and then reappear at meal-times and make excellent excuses Pg 22.

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5. What is Benjamin’s attitude after the rebellion?
His attitude is unchanged. He did his work in the same way slow obstinate way as he had done it in Jones time, never shrinking and never volunteering for extra work. Pg 22.

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6. What is Benjamin fond of saying and what does it mean?


Example of Cynical remark again PG Donkeys live a long time None of you has ever seen a dead donkey. PG 22
Donkey’s live longer

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7. What committees does Snowball organize on the farm?
Snowball also busied him himself with organizing the other animals into what he called Animal Committees. Pg 23
Egg Production Committee for the hens Pg 24
The Clean tails League for the cows Pg 24
The wild Comrades Re-education Committiee Pg 24.

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8. What is the maxim that Snowball teaches the sheep?

Four Legs good! Two legs bad! Pg 25 He realizes the sheep were unable to learn.

Set to work learn the new maxim by heart. Four Legs GOOD, Two legs BAD Pg. 25

Note: Napoleon was better at Canvassing support for himself in between times. He especially successful with sheep. Of the with the Sheep Pg 37 Especially when the pigs start to walk on their hind legs. Napoleon had Squealer retrain the pigs to say this.

Four Legs GOOD, Two Legs better! Pg 102
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9. How does Napoleon deal with “the education of the..



. Young was more important than



anything that could be done for those who were already grown up. PG 26
Starting with the by stealing the Bluebell and Jessie Nine Puppies Pg 26.

CHAPTER II ANIMAL FARM ISBN NO 81-88280

Animal Farm
Chapter II
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Study Questions
1. What happens to Old Major
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Three nights later old Major died peacefully in his sleep. His body was buried at the foot of the orchard. Pg 11.

Note: Napoleon—Sunday morning past a boar’s skull which was nailed to a post in the garden. This, too, would be suppressed, and the skull had already been buried. Pg 107. Erasing the memoir of who started the words of the Rebellion.
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2. Who are Napoleon, Snowball, and Squealer?

a. Napoleon—was a large, rather fierce looking Berkshire boar, the only Berkshire on the farm, not much of a talker, but with a reputation for getting his own way. Pg 11.
b. Snowball-was a more vivacious pig than Napoleon, quicker in speech and more inventive, but was not considered to have the same depth of character. Pg 11.
All the other Male pigs were Porkers

They also revealed to the other animals that they were able to read and right Pg 17.

c. Squealer-Was a small Fat pig with very round cheeks, with twinkling eyes, nimble movements, and a shrill voice. He was a brilliant talker, and when he was arguing some difficult point he had a way of skipping from side to side and whisking his tail which somehow very persuasive. The others said of Squealer that he could turn black into white. Pg 12

These three had elaborated old Major’s teaching into a complete system of thought, to which they gave the name of Animalism Pg 12 another word for Communism.

-----Note: Napoleon took nine sturdy puppies form their mother and he would make him-self responsible for their education. And he uses the Sturdy dogs to get rid of Snowball Pg 41

Note: Snowballs’s downfall Napoleon took no interest in Snowball’s committees. He said that the education of the young was more important than anything that could be done for those who were already grown up Pg 26.----This comes back to haunt Snowball Pg 41. The ousting of Snowball by the nine sturdy dogs.
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3. What qualities do they each possess?
Napoleon-Reputation to getting his own away: Pg 11
Snowball-Vivacious, Quicker in Speech and inventive Best at writing Pg 11 & 18
Squealer—Brilliant talker Pg 12

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4. What are some of the problems the pigs have to face in organizing the other farm animals?

At the beginning they met with much with stupidity and apathy. Some of the animals talked of the duty of loyalty to Mr. Jones, whom they referred to as Master or made elementary remarks as Mr. Jones Feeds.

They faced a hard to time to convince them of the rebellion and difficulty of convincing them of Animalism. Pg 12.

Note: Ironic due to a lack of education among the animals it was easy for Squealer too brainwash the animals their Loyalties belong to Napoleon Pg 43

Bravery is not enough said Squealer, Loyalty and obedience are more important. Disciple Comrades, iron disciple. That is the watchword for today. He also convinced them they do not want Jones back. Pg 43.
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5. Who is Moses and what role does he play on the farm?
Moses is a Raven Pg 3. Mr. Jones favorite spy Pg 13, he also talked clever.

Moses the tame Raven Pg 13 is considered by the animal because he tells of tales of Sugar Candy Mountain.

He also didn’t do any work and the animals hated him Pg 13
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6. What is Sugarcandy Mountain?

Sugar Candy mountain to which all animals went when they died. Burial ground for the dead animals Pg 13 [Animal Heaven.]
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7. What is the immediate cause of the Rebellion?

At last they could stand no longer. One of the Cows broke in the door of the store-shed with her horn and all the animals began to help themselves from the bins. This woke Mr. Jones with his men had whips and lashing out in all directions. Pg 14.

The First Battle is Called: Battle of Cow Shed [In the end, it was named the Battle of the Cowshed, since thatwas where the ambush had been sprung. Pg 33 & 34

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8. What are the immediate results of the Rebellion?


With one accord though nothing of the kind had been planned before hand they flung themselves upon their tormentors Jones and his men suddenly found themselves being butted kicked from all sides. Pg 14.

Mr. Jones was expelled from THE MANOR FARM Pg 15
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9. What are the Seven Commandments?

1. Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy
2. Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend
3. No animal shall wear clothes
4. No animal shall sleep in a bed
5. No animal shall drink alcohol
6. No animal shall kill any other animal
7. All animals are equal
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10. What early indication does Orwell give to show that not all of for himself how successful these two greatest anti-totalitarian novels would become; about the author George Orwell.

The Animal Farm
1984

CHAPTER I ANIMAL FARM STUDY QUESTIONS

Chapter One Animal Farm
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Study Questions
1. What is the setting for the story?
The location of the Story begins on Mr. Jones Farm pg 1

Willingdon-Manor Farm

Mr. Jones of the Manor Farm pg 1

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2. What four characteristics are noted about Boxer the horse?

..Boxer-who was a male
1. Was enormous beast nearly eighteen hands high, Pg 2
2. Somewhat stupid appearance with a white strip down his nose Pg 2/
3. Not of First rate intelligence Pg 2.
4. He was universally respected for his steadiness of character and tremendous powers of work. Pg 2.
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3. What comment does Benjamin the donkey make that shows his cynicism and bad temper?

Benjamin was the oldest animal on the farm, and the worst tempered. He seldom talked, and when he did, it was usually to make some cynical remark. Pg 2

For instance, he would say that God had given him a tail to keep the flies off, but that he would sooner have had no tail and no flies. pg 2
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4. How does Clover help the other animals at the meeting?

Clover made a sort of wall round [Ducklings which lost their mother] them with her great foreleg, and the ducklings nestled down inside it and promptly fell asleep. Pg 3
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5. What does Old Major say is the reason the animals have such miserable lives?

It is summed up in a single word-Man. Man is the only real enemy we have. Remove white man from the scene, and the root cause of hunger and overworked is abolished forever Pg 4.
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You Boxer, the very that those great muscles of yours lose their power; Jones will sell you to the Knacker... Who will cut your throat and boil you for the foxhounds. Pg 6

Note: Major’s prediction a came true for Boxer, however, not at the hands of humans. However at the hands of Napoleon Pg 93-95 Not only did Napoleon have him slaughter the grocer van returns and Napoleon feeds Boxer to the Pigs. Pg. 96

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7. What decision is made concerning the status of wild creatures such as rats and rabbits?

Comrades, he said here is a point that must be settled. The Wild creatures, such as rats and Rabbits are they our friends or are they our enemies? Let us put it to the Vote, I propose this question to the meeting: Are rats Comrades?

The vote was taken at once, and it was agreed by an overwhelming majority that rats were comrades.

There were only four dissentients, the three dogs and cat, which were afterwards discovered to have voted both sides. Pg 7.

Dissenting from the opinion of the majority [Often used in American Law]
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8. What is the name of the song Old Major teaches the...
Beast of England Pg 8

ANIMAL FARM BY GEORGE ORWELL WILCO PUBLISHING HOUSE ISBN NO# 81-8820

THE CHARACTERS OF ANIMAL HOUSE
Characters of Animal Farm
1. Mr. Jones—The Owner of: --Mr. Jones, the human tryant and oppessor. The seemingly democratic coalition of animals then results in the consolidation of power among the pigs. Publisher notes.

Chapter 1
The Manor Farm pg 1: He was rebelled against by the animals on pg 15. The Rebellion had been successfully carried through: Jones had been expelled, and the Manor Farm was theirs.

Genesis 3:24 So he drove out the man; and he placed at the east of the garden of Eden Cherubim’s and a flaming sword which turned every way to keep the way of the tree of life.

Chapter Ten Jones was dead he died of inebriates [Drunken] Pg 97
Exodus 1:8 Now there arose up a new King over Egypt which knew not Joseph [The memory of Mr. Jones is long gone]
2. Mrs. Jones-Pg 2. Wife of Mr. Jones the Woman of the Manor Farm.
3. Mr. Jones Children Pg 17. Material spelling and books

Genesis 1:26 And God said Let us make man in our image, after our likeness and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the fowl of the air and over the cattle ECT.

Man failed to keep over God dominion when the first sin was committed Genesis 3:6 the first sin


4.. Major [Pig] PG 1. He talks about man in a negative way. He tells this [at the age 12 he was still a Majestic Pig]

Pg 4. Man is the only real enemy. [Genesis 6:6]—And it repented the LORD that he had made man on the earth, and it grieved him at his heart.
Pg 6. All men are enemies. All animals are comrades.
Pg 7. Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy and whatever goes upon for legs or has Wings, is a friend. [Which the Sheep is brainwashed] Until Napoleon changes them to say Pg 102. Four Legs good, two legs better! Four Legs good two, legs better! Four legs good, two legs better!”

The only reason Major [Boar] is living until he dies at the age 12 he is used a stud to produce offspring’s.

Napoleon—is to Cain Genesis 4:1 who became a disgrace to God Genesis 4:5
---Just as Napoleon Sired the pig population Pg 86 Napoleon is the only Boar of on farm
Cain- Genesis 4:2 However, God respected Cain Genesis 4:4

All of his offspring’s were slaughter for human consumption.

Napoleon even wipes out the memory of Major who influenced the Rebellion Pg 107. Major’s skull is finally buried and forgotten. He was the founding father who talked of Men the enemy and father of the Rebellion

Exodus 1:8 Now there arose up a new King over Egypt which knew not Joseph [The memory of Mr. Jones is long gone]
5. Dogs three
Blue Bell PG 2
Jessie PG 2

However, Napoleon takes way Blue Bell and Jessie’s babies from their mothers and he educates them while they are young for evil purpose. PG 26 [Nine young puppies]

Pg 41. Nine younger sturdy dogs were Napoleon’s body guards. They chase off the first off Napoleon’s annoyance Snowball.

Just; as Joseph Stalin did to Leon Trotsky in 1924 after Lenin’s death. Stalin orchestrated an alliance against Trotsky that included himself. This way Stalin had become the unquestioned dictator of the Soviet Union. He had Trotsky expelled just as Napoleon had Snowball expelled from the Animal Farm
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Pincher PG 2—dog [Father of nine puppies]
Nine Puppies Pg 26 Napoleon takes the puppies away from their mothers to retrain and educate them. They reappear in Pg 41 Napoleon’s body Guards and his protectors.

Chapter Ten Bluebell, Jessie and Pincher were dead Pg 97. Exodus 1:8 Now there arose up a new King over Egypt which knew not Joseph [The memory of Mr. Jones is long gone]
Two Cart Horses Note: Pg 13: Their most faithful disciples were the two cart horses, Boxer and Clover. These two had great difficulty in thinking anything out for themselves, but having once accepted the pigs as their teachers.

However, Clover realizes the Terror Napoleon has placed on the animals; Just as stated In Rev 13:1-18 Beast took over with evil intensions

Matt 7:15 15 Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. [Clover realizes in Chapter TEN when she sees everything the rebellion against Napoleon is clearly evil just a man was PG 101 all the animals realized what Clover had seen] Pigs became men like.

Warning from GOD [b] The trumpet judgments 1st
In the book of REV John also writes the that 1/3 of the earth doesn’t believe in GOD REV 8:7 The first angel sounded, and there followed hail and fire mingled with blood, and they were cast upon the earth: and the third part of trees was burnt up, and all green grass was burnt up. [No Food means starvation]

Are being destroyed 1/3 these plagues effect ¼ of earth [Napoleon hides the fact they are short on food pg 57]

REV 6:8 [Anti Christ Napoleon]
8 And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth.

Horrible death came to Boxer Pg 94. When Napoleon had no more use for him because he was weak.
The Tribulations— A state of pain or anguish that tests one's resiliency and character:[Boxer]Pg 2
Source: http://www.answers.com/topic/tribulation
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6..Boxer-who was a male Stallion
1. Was enormous beast nearly eighteen hands high, Pg 2
2. Somewhat stupid appearance with a white strip down his nose Pg 2.
3. Not of First rate intelligence—Example Pg 24 could not get beyond the letter D. He would only trace out A. B. C. D. Pg 25. On several Occasions he did learn E. F. G. H and then to discover he forgotten A. B. C. D. Finally he was content with the first four letters.
His failure to read cost him his life and he was trusting of his government Pg 93-95 when he was sent to the Knackery [Butcher to become dog food]
4. He was universally respected for his steadiness of Character and tremendous work.
5. More on Boxer Pg 21 was the admiration of everybody. He had been a hard worker even in Jones’s time, Napoleon leaned hard on him.

Boxer-Character is a reminder of Sampson Judges: 13:24 birth of Sampson [Strength]; when his strength was gone Boxer was put to Death. As Sampson loses his strength he was enslaved and lost his site by the Philistines Judges 16:21

Chapter Nine Boxer is Slaughter Pg 94 & 95 he was no longer useful to Napoleon, he no longer had the strengthen and he was considered a waste

Chapter Ten Forgotten Pg 97. [Part of the Rebellion] long dead Exodus 1:8 Now there arose up a new King over Egypt which knew not Joseph [The memory of Mr. Jones is long gone]
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6..Clover pg 2 was stout motherly mare approaching middle life, which had never quite got her figure back after her fourth foal. [Mare]--She was a motherly and heart warming type of animal

Pg 24 Clover learnt the whole Alphabet but could not put words together

Chapter Ten Pg 97 She is old and remembers the rebellion against man; deep in heart she is heartbroken due to Napoleon’s controlling ways.

Just as God I Samuel 15:35: Lord repented that he had made Saul King over Israel. [God was sorry he made Saul King of his people because he turned out evil just as Napoleon did to the animals on the farm]
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7. Muriel pg 2. The white goat who is ignorant she doesn’t know how to read. She just recites from memory which doesn’t serve the animals well. Pg 24 Muriel could read somewhat better than the dogs

Pg 19. To learn the Commandments by heart

However, she adds to Commandments for example: [only memorization]

Pg 18. 4. No animal shall sleep in a bed. She justifies why the pigs sleep in the bed by stating the Commandment as this;

Pg 52. Muriel She said [gravely] Thesaurus [badly] now read me the Fourth Commandment does it not say something about never sleeping in a bed?
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8. Benjamin Pg 2 the Donkey was the oldest animal on the farm, and the worst tempered. He seldom talked, and when he did, it was usually to make some cynical remark. [Friends with Boxer Pg 3]

Pg 22 [Example of Cynical remark] Donkeys live a long time. None of you has ever seen a dead donkey. And the others had to be content with is cryptic answer.

Pg 24 Benjamin could read as well as any pig, but never exercised his faculty. So far as he knew , he said there was nothing worth reading

Pg 103 For once Benjamin consented to break his rule, and he read out to her what was written on the wall. There was nothing there now except a single Commandment. It ran:

ALL ANIMALS ARE EQUAL
BUT SOME ANUMALS ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS

Meaning the Pigs are the Elite.

Benjamin becomes alive when he realizes he is losing his friend Boxer the Knackery Pg 92 & Pg 93
When Napoleon send him to his demise.

Chapter Ten Pg 97
Only Benjamin was much the same only a little more, greyer about the muzzle and since Boxer’s death, more morose [Miserable] and taciturn [Distant] than ever.

With Some difficulty Muriel spelt out.
‘It says, “No animal shall sleep in a bed with Sheets,” ‘she announced finally!

This moment please Squealer because Muriel placed this matter in its proper perspective right into Napoleon’s hands.

However; the one time Muriel had it right Pg 92 & 93 Spelled in silence the deadly word Knacker

Chapter Ten Muriel was Dead Pg 97
Exodus 1:8 Now there arose up a new King over Egypt which knew not Joseph [The memory of Mr. Jones is long gone]
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8...Mollie white Mare Pg 3. At least moment Mollie the foolish pretty white mare that drew Mr. Jones Trap. However, Mollie leaves in Chapter 5. She returns to man for the kinds that were bestowed to her. She escapes Napoleon’s wickedness. Pg 36.

Three days later Mollie disappeared. For some weeks nothing was known of her whereabouts, then the pigeons reported that they had seen her on the other side of the Willingdon. She was between the shafts of a smart dog cart red and black,which standing outside a public house. A fat red faced in check breeches and gaiters, who looked like a publican, was stroking her nose and feeding her sugar. Her coat was newly clipped and she wore a scarlet ribbon round her forelock. She appeared to be enjoying herself, so the pigeons said. NONE of the animals ever mentioned Mollie again Pg 36.
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9...Cat PG 3—She didn’t listen to a word major was saying. The Cat also didn’t conform to Napoleon ways either Pg 22 Cat could never be found
Vanish for hours only to reappear for meal time only
She made excellent excuses
10. Moses Pg 3[was not at the meeting Major held]

Genesis 8:7 And Sent forth of raven, which went forth to and fro, until the waters were dried up from off the earth.

The animals [Napoleon] did not trust the Raven. Just as Noah didn’t trust the Raven because it failed to return and that is why Noah sent the Dove Genesis 8:8

Also the animals hated Moses Pg 13 He told tales and did no work:
I say this in the end the Animal admired the Moses because he was free of Napoleon because he had the wings of flight to escape Napoleon Rules.

Examples of Mistrust Pg 13 Moses who was Mr. Jones’s especial pet, was a spy and a tale-bearer but he was also clever talker.

Chapter 9 Pg 89 Moses the Raven suddenly reappeared on the farm after an absence of several years. He tells them of Sugar Candy Mountain--Heaven

Moses Chapter Ten Pg 97 Remembers the Rebellion against Mr. Jones
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11. Rats and Rabbits Pg 7. Comrades, he said here is a point that must be settled. The Wild creatures, such as rats and Rabbits are they our friends or are they our enemies? Let us put it to the Vote, I propose this question to the meeting: Are rats Comrades?

The vote was taken at once, and it was agreed by an overwhelming majority that rats were comrades.

Genesis 6:20: every creeping thing of the earth after his kind.

There were only four dissentients, the three dogs and cat, which were afterwards discovered to have voted both sides.

Dissenting from the opinion of the majority [Often used in American Law]
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12. Black Minorca Chicken - Baby: top of the head and back is black. Wing tips, chest and abdomen are white. Mature: white skin. Plumage is all black. Comb bright red, white earlobes, shanks and toes dark slate. Lays a white egg. Weight: Female 4.5 lbs. Male 5.5 lbs. Pg 58

For the first time since the expulsion of Jones there was something resembling a rebellion. Led by three young Black Minorca pullets, the hens made a determined effort to thwart Napoleon’s wishes. Their method was to fly up to the rafters and there lay their eggs, which smashed to pieces on the floor. Pg. 59

13. PigeonsMessengers for Napoleon Pg 28 sent out flights of pigeons whose instructions were to mingle with the animals on neighboring farms, tell them the story of the REBELLION

14. Sheep—Napoleon successful in controlling the sheep pg 37 Four Leg Good! Two Leg Bad. gullible Pg 102 Four Legs good. Two Legs are Better!

15. Three Cows start the rebellion pg 14.
The Pigs of the Farm----------Superior Breed over other animals the Educated Elite
Two Young Boars descendents of Major Page 11
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Children of Major


Pre-eminent among the pigs were two young boars named snowball and Napoleon, whom Mr. Jones was breeding up for Sale.

Snowball—was more vivacious pig than Napoleon, quicker in speech and more inventive, but was not considered to have the same depth of character Pg 11.

Able Genesis 4:2/4:4

Orwell’s model this character after Leon Trotsky[He was part of the Rebellion that over threw the government of the useless Tsar Nicholas II the Monarch of Russia October 1917. he is also the Able: Genesis 4:2 Just like Cain Slaughter Able Genesis 4:8 when Cain Slew his brother.

In 1924 Stalin has Leon Trotsky was oust like Snowball Pg 41[Page 26 Nine Puppies] At this was a terrible baying sound outside, and nine enormous dogs wearing brass-studded collars came bounding into the barn. They dashed straight for Snowball, who only sprang from his place just in time to escape their snapping Jaws.

----After he escapes from the Clutches of the Dogs he was never seen or heard from again. However, every time something goes wrong and Napoleon’s hysteria blames everything on Napoleon and even accuses the animals as spies for Snowball and has them slaughtered for no reason pg 49, 50, 51, 54, 58, 59.

Napoleon-was large rather fierce looking Berkshire boar, the only Berkshire on the farm, not much of a talker, but with a reputation for getting his own way. Pg 11.

Is the main dictator on the animal farm he is the son of Major. However, just like Stalin family didn’t matter to Stalin for example:

Pg 63 Napoleon stood sternly surveying his audience then he uttered a highly-pitched whimper. Immediately the dogs bounded forward, seized four pigs by the ear and dragged them, squealing with pain and terror, to Napoleon’s feet. [Since Napoleon is the only Boar he has no feelings for family just as Joseph Stalin]

Stalin’s wife [Family] She married Joseph Stalin in 1906 and gave him a son, Yakov Dzhugashvili. She died of typhus in 1907. Much of her family (including her sister Mariko and brother Alexander) would later be executed during her husband's Great Terror. Sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ekaterina_Svanidze
Including his son Yakov Dzhugashvili.

Yakov and his father Stalin never got along. Allegedly once Stalin referred to Yakov as a "mere cobbler." He ran immediately to his bedroom. It turned out that the girl was Yakov's Jewish fiancée, and when they told Stalin of their engagement he became enraged.

Dzhugashvili served as an artillery officer in the Red Army and was captured in the early stages of the German invasion of USSR at the Battle of Smolensk. The Germans later offered to exchange Yakov for Friedrich Paulus, the German Field Marshal captured by the Soviets after the Battle of Stalingrad, but

Stalin turned the offer down, allegedly saying "I do not change the soldier for the marshal"; others credit him with saying "I have no son," to this offer.

Sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yakov_Dzhugashvili

Stalin would later state that other than his mother she may have been the only person he truly loved. At her funeral he told a friend that "with her died any human feeling in him."

Pg 63 & 64 Napoleon unleashed terror among the animals as he takes control of the Animal Farm.

During the late 1930s, Stalin launched the Great Purge (also known as the "Great Terror"), a campaign to purge the Communist Party of people accused of corruption or treachery; he extended it to the military and other sectors of Soviet society. Targets were often executed, imprisoned in Gulag labor camps or exiled. In the years following, millions of ethnic minorities were also deported.[3][4]

Pg 67 Napoleon Paranoid is evident Just like Stalin

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Stalin Since Napoleon is the only Boar on the Farm he is the father of the pigs it so states he sired the pig population on page 86, Napoleon was the only boar on the farm, it was possible to guess at their parentage.

Napoleon is clearly atheist he has no regards for the Lord God. At first after the Rebellion on pg 22 On Sundays there was no work.---Chapter 2

Military bully he was always referred as ‘Our Leader Comrade Napoleon,”—Father of all Animals as Abraham is referred as father of the three religions

He is widely regarded as the patriarch of
1. Christians
2. Jews
3. Islamic-Muslims

Sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abraham
Judaism, Christianity and Islam are sometimes referred to as the "Abrahamic religions"

The Beginning of Wiping out traditions by destroying the Freedoms and taking away any traces of religion.

That all changed in Chapter Five
1. Sunday-Morning Meetings would come to an end Pg 42.
2. The animals would still assemble on Sunday Mornings to salute the flag, sing Beast of England, and receive their orders for the week but there would be no more debates Pg 42.
Chapter Six
3. Sundays was now a work day Pg 46. Napoleon said this was voluntary. However, he added the animals who didn’t work would only get have the rations. So he was bullying his constituents [Comrades] into working.

Napoleon is a believer in a one party system—His word was law when he ran Snowball off Pg 42. Napoleon erases any type of republic and democracy through scared tactic’s and Squealer and the nine puppies that were taken from the mothers were brainwashed and trained by Napoleon appeared Pg 44.

Exodus 20:8-10
8 Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.
9 Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work:
10 But the seventh day is the sabbath of the LORD thy God: in it thou shalt not do any work,

Chapter Seven
4. Napoleon abolishes the National Anthem Pg 67. Just Mr. Jones silence them in chapter 1 Pg 9 & 10 When Mr. Jones fires his weapon to silence the animals

Napoleon clearly breaks all Seven of the Commandments
Chapter Two Pg 18

THE SEVEN COMMANDMENTS
1. Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy
Changed pg 101 when the pigs are now walking on their hind legs. Squealer trained the gullibly Sheep from Saying this: Pg 102 Four Legs good, Two Legs Better! Four legs good, two legs better! Ect

When Major clearly stated this pg 7 Whatever goes up TWO LEGS is an ENEMY All habits of men are evil. [Napoleon against his father] proves the words of Major Two Legs is an Enemy.

Exodus 20:3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me. [Major declares himself god like]

2. Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings is friend
Exodus 20: 16
16 Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbour.
Pg 102 Two Legs are better! That Squealer had the sheep proclaim
Pg 64, 66 & 67 When Napoleon paranoid minds gets to him. False confessions are made especially

Pg 64 The four pigs waited trembling with guilt written on every line of their countenances. Napoleon now called upon them to confess their crimes.

Napoleon had the dogs kill them [Which breaks Commandment 6]

3. No Animal Shall Wear Clothes.
Genesis 2:25
25 And they were both naked, the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.

Pg 15 Snowball—Ribbons he should be considered as clothes, which are the mark of a human being. All animals should no naked.

Genesis 3:7
7 And the eyes of them both were opened, and they knew that they were naked; and they sewed fig leaves together, and made themselves aprons.

Pg 103. The pigs violate Commandment #3 Napoleon was seen strolling in the farmhouse garden with a pipe in his mouth—no, not even when the pigs took Mr. Jones clothes out of the wardrobes and put them on.

Chapter 10 Pg 97 Described as a mature bore of twenty-four Stone.

One other thing just as Napoleon blames every failed problem was blamed on Snowball who was clearly out of the picture. Just a Cain lied to God about his brother Genesis 4:5 why am I brother’s Keeper?

4. No animal Shall Sleep in a bed

Muriel
However, she adds to Commandments for example: [only memorization]

Pg 18. 4. No animal shall sleep in a bed. She justifies why the pigs sleep in the bed by stating the Commandment as this;

Pg 52. Muriel She said [gravely] Thesaurus [badly] now read me the Fourth Commandment does it not say something about never sleeping in a bed?

With Some difficulty Muriel spelt out.

‘It says, “No animal shall sleep in a bed with Sheets,” ‘she announced finally!

This moment please Squealer because Muriel placed this matter in its proper perspective right into Napoleon’s hands.

5. No animal Shall drink Alcohol

Pg 83 They thought the fifth Commandment was No Animal shall drink alcohol,’ but there were two words that they had forgotten. Actually the Commandment read: No animal shall drinl alcohol to excess.’

Again with Muriel bad memorization she added the excess She told them they had remembered this one as wrong too.

Squealer Pg 12 He is Napoleon right hand pig. He is shrewd

6. No animal shall kill any other animal
Exodus 20:13
13 Thou shalt not kill.

Since Napoleon is clearly an atheist violates this law with is paranoid of being overthrown by his constituents He starts to execute Pg 64 & 65 The three hens who had been the ring leaders in the attempted rebellion over the eggs now came forward and stated that Snowball had appeared to them in a dream and incited them to disobey Napoleon’s orders. They, too, were slaughtered.

Part of Commandment 2 or has wings, is a friend [Fowl] Slaughtered by Napoleon.

7. All animals are equal

Pg 103. For once Benjamin consented to break his rule, and he read out to her what was written on the wall. There was nothing there now except a single Commandment. It ran:

ALL ANIMALS ARE EQUAL
BUT SOME ANiMALS ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS

Meaning the Pigs are the Elite.

As Benjamin clearly read the Commandment, and only one appears.

Napoleon clearly to over the Animal Farm. He also didn’t appreciate the title Animal Farm. He reinstated the former name THE MANOR FARM pg 107.
Squealer Pg 12: He could turn black and white. He was sly, shrewd, liar and forceful. He was Napoleon’s spokes pig. [Right] Was a small Fat pig with very round cheeks, with twinkling eyes, nimble movements, and a shrill voice. He was a brilliant talker, and when he was arguing some difficult point he had a way of skipping from side to side and whisking his tail which somehow very persuasive. The others said of Squealer that he could turn black into white. Pg 12

He emphasized that Pg 43 Bravery is not enough and Loyalty and obedience are more important

These three had elaborated Old Major’s teachings into a complete system of thought, to which they gave the name of Animalism= Communism

Pg 17 The pigs now revealed that during the past three months they had taught themselves to read and write from old spelling book which belong to Mr. Jones Children.

Animalism- animalism - preoccupation with satisfaction of physical drives and appetites
Source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/animalism

Napoleon is hungry for power pg 45 when Squealer explains his position Squealer, was something called tactics. He repeated a number of times. “Tactic, comrades, tactics! Skippinground and whisking his tail with a merry laugh. The animals were not certain what the word meant, but Squealer spoke so persuasively, and the three dogs whom happened to be with him growled so threateningly, that they accepted his explanation without further question.

Squealer threaten the animals with the use of Force. There was no back talk.

Chapter Ten Pg 97 Squealer was so fat that he could with difficulty see out of his eyes.
Sources:
https://sacred-texts.com/bib/kjv/index.htm

Minimus Pg 44[Pig] who had a remarkable gift for composing songs and poems, sat on the front of the raised platform, with the nine young dogs forming a semicircle round them, and the other pigs sitting behind.

Pg 71 The General Feeling on the Farm was well expressed in a poem titled ‘Comrade Napoleon’, which was composed by Minimus
Pg 72. Also a Portrait of Napoleon—Worshiping a False God

Exodus 20:3-4
3 Thou shalt have no other gods before me.
4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of anything that is in above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth.


Pinked Eyed Pg 72 Napoleon’s food taster.

Fresh precautions for Napoleon’s safety were taken. Four dogs guarded his bed at night , one at each corner, and a young Pig named Pink eye was given the task of tasting all his food before he ate it, lest it should be poisoned.
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People

People:
1. Mr. Pilkington Pg 29. Was easy going gentleman farmer who spent most of his time in fishing or hunting according to season. [owner of the Foxwood farm] Pg 28


2. Mr. Federick a tough shrewd man perpetually involved in lawsuits and with a name for driving hard bargains. [Owner of Pinchfield Farm] Pg 29

These two man disliked each other so much that it was difficult for them to come to any agreement, even in defence of their own interests.

However, they were both afraid of the Animal Rebellion Pg 29.
3. Mr. Whymper Pg 50.
A Solicitor living in Willingdon had agreed to act as intermediary between Animal Farm and the outside world and would visit the farm every Monday morning to receive instructions.

Napoleon enters into Contracts with the outside world through Mr. Whymper pg 51




Thursday, May 28, 2009

Missouri Death Certificate 1910-1958 Barnhill Genealogy

Name: Hattie Barnhill
Maiden Name: Unknown
Born: ABT: 1856 Unknown
Died: December 25, 1927 St. Joseph Buchanan Missouri
Spouse:
Parents: Father: Unknown
---------Mother: Unknown
Occupation: Housewife
Cause of Death: Nephrities
Age at Death: YRS: 65
Certificate#: 31607
Date of Burial: December 27, 1927
Interment: ?

Source:
1. Hattie Barnhill
http://www.sos.mo.gov/TIF2PDFConsumer/DispPDF.aspx?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1921/1921_00034153.TIF&Fln=293992.pdf

Missouri Death Certificate 1910-1958 Barnhill Genealogy

Name: Harry Barnhill
Born: March 4, 1864 Burlington Iowa
Died: January 4, 1946 St. Louis City St. Louis County Missouri
Spouse:
Parents: Father: John Barnhill
--------Mother: Lee Ann
Occupation: Laborer--Mill
Cause of Death: Myocardial Failure
Date of Burial: January 7, 1946
Age At Death: YRS: 81 MOS: 19 DYS: 0
Certificate#: 999
Interment:

Source:
1. Harry Barnhill
http://www.sos.mo.gov/TIF2PDFConsumer/DispPDF.aspx?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1946/1946_00000061.TIF&Fln=1712289.pdf

Missouri Death Certificate 1910-1958 Barnhill Genealogy

Name: Harreitt Eveline Barnhill
Maiden Name: Graves
Born: December 24, 1894 Pulaski County Missouri
Died: July 23, 1917 Pulaski County Missouri
Spouse: Robert Barnhill
Parents: Father: William Graves
---------Mother: Emelina Hanson
Occupation: Housewife
Cause of Death: Pulmonary Turberculosis
Date of Burial: July 24, 1917
Age At Death: YRS: 24 MOS: 6 DYS: 29
Certificate#: 26194
Interment: Missouri

Source:
1. Harriet Eveline Barnhill
http://www.sos.mo.gov/TIF2PDFConsumer/DispPDF.aspx?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1917/1917_00027422.TIF&Fln=568929.pdf

Missouri Death Certificates 1910-1958 Barnhill Genealogy

Name: George G. Barnhill
Born: 1863 Jones County Missouri
Died: November 10, 1929 St. Joseph Buchanan County Missouri
Spouse: Single
Parents: Father: John D. Barnhill
---------Mother: Ledia Ann Cease
Occupation:?
Cause of Death: Apopexy
Date of Burial: November 12, 1929
Certificate#: 36380
Age at Death: YRS: 66 MOS: 0 DYS: 0
Interment: Mt Mosa Missouri

Source:
1. George G. Barnhill
http://www.sos.mo.gov/TIF2PDFConsumer/DispPDF.aspx?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1929/1929_00037447.TIF&Fln=421789.pdf

Missouri Death Certificates 1910-1958 Barnhill Genealogy

Name: Fred Barnhill Jr.
Born: April 23, 1942 Mississippi
Died: November 24, 1942 Route 2 East Prairie Mississippi County Missouri
Parents: Father: Fred Barnhill Sr.
---------Mother: Lisa Peter
Cause of Death: Int?
Date of Burial: November 25, 1942
Age at Death: YRS: 0 MOS:
Certificate #: 2841
Interment: Oak Grove Cemetery Missouri


Sources:
1. Fred Barnhill Jr.
http://www.sos.mo.gov/TIF2PDFConsumer/DispPDF.aspx?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1943/1943_00002844.TIF&Fln=839792.pdf

Missouri Death Certificate 1910-1958 Barnhill Genealogy

Name: Floyd Alvin Barnhill
Born: 1917 Kansas
Died: August 17, 1933 Pulaski County Missouri
Parents: Father: Robert Brewster Barnhill
---------Mother: Harreitt Evelyn Graves
Occupation: Farm Labor
Cause of Death: Typhiod fever
Date of Burial: August 20, 1933
Age at Death: YRS: 16 MOS: 10 DYS: 2
Certificate#: 27364
Interment:

Source:
1. Floyd A. Barnhill
http://www.sos.mo.gov/TIF2PDFConsumer/DispPDF.aspx?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1933/1933_00028010.TIF&Fln=1544560.pdf

Missouri Death Certificates 1910-19158 Barnhill Genealogy

Name: Eva Barnhill
Maiden Name: Millner
Born: December 24, 1912 Charleston Missouri
Died: September 22, 1935 Lawrence County Missouri
Spouse:
Parents: Father: ? L Millnery
--------Mother: Irene S. Moore
Occupation: Housewife
Cause of Death: Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Date of Burial: September 22, 1935
Age at Death: YRS: 22 MOS: 9 DYS: 10
Certificate#: 29993
Interment: Charleston Missouri


Source:
1. Eva Barnhill
http://www.sos.mo.gov/TIF2PDFConsumer/DispPDF.aspx?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1935/1935_00030706.TIF&Fln=1726059.pdf

Missouri Death Certificate 1910-1958 Barnhill Genealogy

Name: Emma A. Scobee--Barnhill
Maiden Name: Scobee
Born: February 25, 1851 Clark County Kentucky
Died: February 14, 1930 Marshall Saline County Missouri
Spouse:
Parents: Father: Robert Barnhill
---------Mother: Lucy Ann ?
Occupation: Housekeeper
Cause of Death: Bronchitis
Date of Burial: February 16, 1930
Age at Death: YRS: 78 MOs: 11 DYS: 18
Certificate#: 7333
Interment: Ridge Park Cemetery Marshall Saline County Missouri

Source:
1. Emma A. Scobee
http://www.sos.mo.gov/TIF2PDFConsumer/DispPDF.aspx?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1930/1930_00007570.TIF&Fln=526909.pdf

Missouri Death Certificates 1910-1958 Barnhill Genealogy

Name: Elmer E. Barnhill
Born: May 27, 1875 Missouri
Died: June 20, 1938 Howard Bates Missouri
Spouse: Agnes
Parents: Father: William C. Barnnill
---------Mother: Elizabeth Patterson
Occupation: Farmer
Cause of Death: Cardic
Date of Burial: February 2, 1938
Certificate#: 1952
Interment: Robinson Missouri

Source:
1. Elmer E. Barnhill
http://www.sos.mo.gov/TIF2PDFConsumer/DispPDF.aspx?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1924/1924_00000767.TIF&Fln=590641.pdf

Missouri Death Certificate 1910-1958 Barnhill Genealogy

Name: Elizabeth Pile Barnhill
Maiden Name: Pile
Born: June 21, 1885 Saline County Missouri
Died: April 3, 1925 Marshall, Saline County Missouir
Spouse: Marvin Barnhill
Parents: Father: Walter Pile
---------Mother: ? Marshall
Occupation: Housekeeper
Cause of Death: Influenza
Date of Burial: April 5, 1925
Age At Death: YRS: 39 MOS: 9 DYS: 12
Certificate#: 13907
Interment: Ridge Park Cemetery Marshall Saline County Missouri

Source:
1. Elizabeth Pile Barnhill
http://www.sos.mo.gov/TIF2PDFConsumer/DispPDF.aspx?fTiff=/archives/DeptofHealth/Death/1916/1916_00007533.TIF&Fln=231615.pdf

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