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Seven Lakes Final

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What is George Orwell's real name? Eric Blair
The Russian Revolution was inspired by what philospher? Karl Marx
Animal Farm was published in what year? 1945
Animal Farm is a satire of what? The Russian Revolution
The political institution that governed Animal Farm was what? Animalism
The farm was governed by rules called what? Commandments
The first battle between the humans and the Animals was known as what? The Battle of the Cowshed
What animals is the most hardworking on the farm? Boxer
What group of animals act as the "police"? Dogs
What animal is skeptic? Benjamin
What animals represents the philosopher Karl Marx? Old Major
Who is a con man? Squealer
Which animal is self centered? Mollie
What group of animals are followers? Sheep
Who is hardworking and caring? Snowball
Who is a cruel uncaring dictator? Napoleon
Who is considered a go between? Whymper
Who is a spy and gossip? Moses
Who is a motherly figure? Clover
Who said, "All men are enemies. All animals are comrads." Old Major
Who said, "Do not imagine, comrades, that leadership is a pleasure. On the contrary, it is a deep and heavy responsibility." Squealer
Who said, "Will there still be sugar after the rebellion?" Mollie
Who said, "Four legs good, two legs bad." Sheep
Who said, "Man is the only creature that consumes without producing." Old Major
Who Said, "Comrade, those ribbons that you are so devoted to are the badge of slavery. Can you not understand that liberty is worth more than ribbons?" Snowball
Who said, "Never mind the milk, Comrades! That will be attended to. The harvest is more important." Napoleon
Who said, "Do you not see what they are doing? In another moment they are going to pack blasting powder into that hole." Benjamin
Who said, The only good human is a dead one." Snowball
Who said, "I will work harder." Boxer
What does Moses the raver promise? Riches at Sugar Candy Mountin
Who are the first traitors to be executed? The four young pigs
Who does Old Major represent? Karl Marx
Who does Snowball represent? Snowball
Who does Farmer Jones represent? The Czar
Who does Frederick represent? The Germans
What happens at the end of the novel? The pigs begin to resemble the humans
What is the first sign of the pigs corruption? When they took the milk
The common people are represented by which animal group? Sheep
Why does Squealer tell the animals that Napoleon is dying? Napoleon had too much alcohol the night before and had a hangover
Who wrote "The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant"? W.D. Wetherall
In what point of view is "The Bass, The River, and Sheila Mant" told? First Person
In order to impress Sheila, the narrator doe all of the follow Except? Fish
Why does the narrator uses the canoe for his date? Isn't old enough to drive
What is the climax of "The Bass, The River and Sheila Mant"? The Narrator cuts the fish loose
what is the main conflict the narrator faces in this story? Wanting two things, but only able to have one
What is the best way to describe shila? Self-Centered
In "Everyday Use" what is the mother's view of herself? She is a strong woman
Why is Maggie shy? her physical scars from the fire
Why is the mother reluctant to let Dee have the quilts? She has promised them to Maggie
Created by: k0711685
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