Something which animals sleep in...
The animal who controlled the farm throughout the book...
A lazy animal that does nothing on the farm...
Used to own animal farm...
Know as a trader to animal farm...
A very flashy horse that has many ribbons and medals...
The song that is taught to the animal from old Major...
A Place where Napoleon declares a good and okay place for the pigs to stay...
These animals chased snowball off of animal farm...
Four legs good two legs bad...
The farm owned by Mr. pilkington...
Owns the farm called pinchfeild...
This animal has two slogans for life they are, I will work harder and napolean is always right...
A very famous pig on animal farm who talked about a rebellion...
A clever propagandist that can make the animals believe anything...
character who takes over the rules and order of Animal Farm after Snowball is gone
vivacious pid who is driven out of Animal Farm because of the other pigs jealousy of his power
right hand pig of Napoleon and brilliant speaker who persuades the other animals to follow Napoleon's rules
very strong horse who followed all of Napoleon's rules without questioning any of it
horse who couldn't care less about all the order issues and political problems going on around her
pig who plants the idea of overthrowing Manor Farm and creating their own set of rules and order for the animals to follow
horse who seems to recognize that the pigs are gradually changing all the rules but then blows it off as if it was nothing
the owner of the farm who the animals overthrew to become their own independent farm
group of animals who will say anything or do anything that Napoleon wants them to do without question
greatest accomplishment of Animal Farm
An alcoholic who treated his animals poorly
the prize white boar who dies in the beginning
fierce looking Berkshire boar who becomes the tyrannical leader of animal farm
vivacious pig leader who is ran off the farm by napoleon
a fat porker who's napoleons " Mouth Piece "
loyal hard-working horse
a donkey who's friends with boxer that thinks that life will continue to go badly
a stout mare and friend of boxer
jones cart horse who loves ribbons
a dog whose pups were taken and trained by napoleon
another dog whose pups were taken by napoleon
a third dog
the white goat who learns how to read
talks about sugar candy mountain
followers of napoleon
a pig who writes poems about napoleon
the owner of foxwood farm
owner of pinchfield farm
an agent who sees an opportunity to make money by helping napoleon
Unwritten leader of the farm who gets drunk
Hard working loyal horse who represents the proletariats
Pig who is napoleons right hand, he tells the animals what he wants them to hear
The naysayer, old and loves boxer
One who was loyal to napoleon yet got driven out, main planner of the windmill
Horse who can't handle the system because she loves her ribbons
Horse who is like boxer but less of a hard worker
Bird who promises everyone Sugar Candy Mountain if they don't throw out Jones
Bad leader that gets thrown out because he starves his animals
Name of Battle (one word) in which Jones tried to take back Farm
Name of Farm (not including word Farm) now that animals are in control
Political theory derived from Karl Marx; totalitarian system
Complete system of thought of animals from Old Major's teachings
Political theory where production, distribution, and exchange regulated by community as a whole
Lenin's successor; dictator of Russia who introduced "collectivism"
Stalin's opponent; exiled and assassinated
Led the Russian Revolution and Bolshevik Party; example to Stalin
Political thinker who pushed theory for communism
Sparks revolution, pushes for change, dies early in book
Demanding dictator who never works
Educator and war hero who is exiled
Persuader who uses propaganda
Workhorse who's motto is "I will work harder"
Vain, lazy horse who ditches the animal farm
Represents organized religion, speaks of afterlife
Pesimistic, old donkey
Old, loyal horse that keeps company with Boxer
Owner of the original Manor Farm, alcoholic
The pig gives out the idea of reveloution, and teaches the animals sing the song "Beasts of England"
The human thats own Manor farm
First leader of the animals, also the one change the name of the farm to Animal farm
_____________ is always right
Napoleon's helper, also the one change the commandments
No animals shall sleep on bed with __________
The kind of liquor Napoleon always drink
The horse working hard to build the windmill, but sent to the horse slaughter while sick
The dream place Moses mentioned is named ________________ mountain
All animals are _________
All the animals call Napoleon a ___________
Napoleon, Snowball and Squealer is what kind of animal
Whoever goes on four legs or have wings is a _________
Whats the idea of the system of animal farm
who was a wise and benevolent pig who sparked the revolution
A foolish pretty mare who only knew how to wright her name and was fond of bows and ribbons
a white goat who read news paper clippings
a cart horse who is respected for his character and has a motto saying "I will work harder"
who was the donkey who said " Donkeys live a long time. None of you have ever seen a dead donkey"
who was the drunkard who owned the Manor Farm before the animals revolution
a vivacious pig who was good at public speaking and was very inventive, also created plans for the windmill
a brilliant talker who speaks to the other animals on behalf of Napoleon who walks around with the dogs everywhere he goes
the owner of Foxwood Farm who spent most of his time fishing or hunting
the owner of Pilkington Farm that is a shrewd man who drives hard bargains
who were the animals that taught themselves how to read and wright
who the crow that was Mr.Jones spy
what was taken from Jessie and Bluebell by Napoleon
what animals repeatedly says " Four legs good , Two legs bad"
who was the human acted as an intermediary between Animal Farm and the outside world
the strongest animal on the farm
the man who oppressed the animals on manor farm
the animal who had a dream to start a revolution against the humans
the one who came up with the plan for the windmill
protects smaller animals on the farm
donkey who is neutral on the farm
teaches the animals to read
only say "two legs bad, four legs good"
mr. jones especial pet
white mare who leaves the farm
solicitor of willingdon
easy going farmer who owns foxwood
pig who has a gift for composing songs and poems
Who makes an inspirational speech to the animals in chapter 1?
What is the name of the song that Old Major's mother used to sing to him?
Who does Napoleon represent from the Russian Revolution?
What was the farm's name changed to after the animals' rebellion?
What is the Seventh Commandment?
Who does Old Major represent from the Russian Revolution?
Who's motto is "I will work harder!"?
Who organized the other animals into Animal Committees?
Who did Mr. Pilkington dislike?
Who disappeared after being accused of having contact with one of Mr. Pilkington's men?
Whose idea was it to build the windmill?
What is the name of the fight the animals had with Jones and his men?
What rhetorical device is used in the song "Beasts of England"?
Who blamed Snowball for the destruction of the windmill?
Who does Snowball represent from Russian Revolution?
Which commandment did Napoleon disobey by killing the "traitors" on the farm?
Who truly understood what Squealer had been doing when he was caught with paint, under the Seven Commandments?