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Animal Farm Test Rvw

Review for the Animal Farm exam

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Since this character is revealed through his speech, this is an example which type of characterization? Boxer says, “I will work harder.” Indirect Characterization
Mr. Jones represents this person from the Russian Revolution. Czar Nicholas II
The following details can be found in this part of a novel Setting: Manor Farm; Characters: Humans and animals; Situation: Animals are unhappy. Exposition
Clover confronts Mollie after she is seen with a human. Her reaction most likely is an example of what type of conflict? “It isn’t true!” repeated Mollie, but she could not look Clover in the face, and...galloped away..." Internal Conflict
Since their characters are revealed through their actions and looks, this is an example which type of characterization- The pigs are walking on two legs by the end of the novel. Indirect Characterization
The 9 dogs represent this group in the Soviet Union. KGB (Secret Police)
The following events can be found in this part of a novel- Boxer hopes to retire, but he is sold to the glue boiler instead. Falling Action
The extra milk is taken from the cows. This hints that animals will not be equal with one another. Hinting at a future event is also called this. Foreshadowing
The sheep often bleat, “Four legs good, two legs bad.” They symbolize the brainwashed citizens of Russia. Since this is revealed through their speech, it is this type of characterization. Indirect Characterization
Napoleon represents this dictator from the Soviet Union (Russia). Joseph Stalin
The following event can be found in this part of a novel- Snowball is exiled from Animal Farm. Rising Action
The apples and milk represent money. When an author uses an object or idea to represent something else, it is known as this. Symbolism
This is an example which type of characterization: “Moses…was also a clever talker” (27). Direct Characterization
Snowball represents this person from the Russian Revolution. Leon Trotsky
The following details can be found in this part of a novel- The animals cannot tell if the pigs are human or animal. Resolution
This is an example which type of characterization: “Snowball was a more vivacious pig” (25). Direct Characterization
Squealer’s job is to persuade the animals. He represents this department from the Soviet Union. Propaganda Department
The following event can be found in this part of a novel- The hens are slaughtered as the other animals watch. Climax
This is an example of what type of narrator: "...there was yet another of them which the animals had remembered wrong. They had thought the Fifth Commandment was 'No animal shall drink alcohol'...” (103). Third person omniscient
This is an example of what type of conflict: “…there was a deafening roar…The windmill ceased to exist…A mighty cry for vengeance went up…they charged forth in a body and made straight for the enemy…It was a savage bitter battle.” (98). External Conflict- Character Vs. Character
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