Gains total control over the animals and blames their misfortunes on snowball
“I will work harder”
Leads the animals in The Battle of the Cowshed and is later run off the farm
Uses lies to ease and confuse the animals. Napoleon’s minister of propaganda.
Gets the revolution started, advocated for real change
Lazy horse who likes to wear ribbons in her mane
Believes the rebellion won’t change anything. Oldest animal on the farm
A gentle, caring female horse, who shows concern especially for Boxer.
Lazy, alcoholic, and abusive farmer of the manor farm
An complete system of thought created by the animals
Sugar Candy Mountain was a place depicted by ______ to trick the animals to believe there was a heaven.
Lived in exile in Mexico and was later assassinated.
Leader of the Bolshevik Party and was in total control of Russia before his death in 1926.
A wise old goat who is friends with all of the animals on the farm.
In the end of the novel, Nepoleon decides to re-name the Animal Farm back to?
Which Russian leader does Napoleon most resemble?
What is the kind of government shown on the Animal Farm?
The pigs represent the leaders of the Russian Revolution and the animals are replacing the human capitalist system with their own __________ system.
Man hired by Napoleon to act as the liaison between Animal Farm and human society.
All the animals on the farm joined into sing ________.
During the time of building the windmill, they sold the lumber to whom?
The fist destruction of the Windmill was told to be caused by Snowball. What was it really caused by?
Why does Nepoleon decide to train and teach the puppies? (What do they become?)
What did Nepoleon do to Boxer in the end of the novel? He sold him to the ________.
When Nepoleon was "dying" it was just because he was _______.
Boxer was always determined to learn new things, but never could he learn more than _____ letters of the alphabet.
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