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The last czar of Russia.

Who is Nicholas II?

100

Similar to an extended metaphor where each character has both a literal meaning and a deeper one.

What is an allegory?

100

He is hungover after drinking too much whiskey.

Who is Napolean?

100

"You don't want Jones back, do you?"

Who is Squealer?

100

He was sold to the knackers because he could no longer work.

Who is Boxer?

100

A type of irony that is spoken, usually sarcasm.

What is verbal?

200

The cruel and uncaring dictator in Animal Farm.

Who is Napoleon?

200

Writing that ridicules something, often in order to bring about change.

What is satire?

200

Moses talks about this place which is like heaven.

What is Sugarcandy Mountain?

200

"Fools! Fools! Do you not see what is written on the side of the van? They are taking Boxer to the knackers!"

Who is Benjamin?

200

His job is to communicate and trade with people so the animals do not have to.

Who is Mr. Wymper?

200

This type of irony is when what is expected and what happens are opposite.

What is situational?

300

This character represents the hardworking common man.

Who is Boxer?

300

A story that contains a moral and the characters are usually animals.

What is a fable?

300

This pig is used as a propaganda machine by Napoleon.

Who is Squealer?

300

His motto is, "I will work harder."

Who is Boxer?

300

The pigs convert Old Major's beliefs into this system and call it this.

What is Animalism?

300

This type of irony is when the audience knows something that the characters do not.

What is dramatic?

400

This pig writes a poem praising Napoleon.

Who is Minimus?

400

This gives the public information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, to promote a particular political cause or point of view.

What is propaganda?

400

Snowball reduces animalism to this phrase.

What is "4 legs good, 2 legs bad"

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"Donkeys live a long time.  None of you have ever seen a dead donkey."

Who is Benjamin?

400

He believes, "If comrade Napoleon says it, it must be right."

Who is Boxer?

400

A story that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one is called this.

What is allegory?

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He represents religion and the hope of a better life.

Who is Moses?

500

In this type of irony what is expected to happen and what really happens is different.   (ex. a fire station burns down)

What is situational?

500

This is where the seven commandments are painted.

What is the side of the barn?

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He said, "I have no wish to take a life, not even a human life."

Who is Boxer?

500

Napoleon plays cards with him.

Who is Mr. Fredrick?

500

A form of satire that makes an existing work look ridiculous.

What is parody?

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