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The last czar of Russia represented by Mr. Jones.

Who is Czar Nicholas II?

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Similar to a metaphor but in this one each character has both a literal meaning and a deeper one.

What is an allegory?

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This character only cared about material things.

Who is Mollie?

100

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

Who is Squealer?

100

He became enemy #1.

Who is Snowball?

100

Benjamin represents a critique on people who...

What is know better but not doing anything?

What is not sharing your knowledge?

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Napoleon represents this cruel and uncaring dictator of Russia.

Who is Stalin?

200

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

What is satire?

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Moses talks about this place which is like heaven.

What is Sugarcandy Mountain?

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"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?

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

Who is Mr. Wymper?

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Every dictatorship uses this to control people and keep them in check.

What is the secret police?

What is military?

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This character represents the hardworking common man.

Who is Boxer?

300

A type of speech that attempts to convince others to believe in your ideas.

What is persuasive speech?

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This pig is used as a propaganda machine by Napoleon.

Who is Squealer?

300

This character's motto is, "I will work harder."

Who is Boxer?

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

What is Animalism?

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Why weren't the animals able to do more to prevent Napoleon from taking over by the end of the story.

What is lack of education?

What is lack of power or force?

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Snowball represents the man who followed Lenin's ideals of equality.

Who is Leon Trotsky?

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This gives the public information, especially of a biased or misleading nature, to promote a particular political cause or point of view. Can be found commonly found in speeches, art, and news.

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?

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They were used to shut up the animals when they could have protested.

Who are the sheep?

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The windmill was a source of pride in the beginning but how does it become a tool for Napoleon in the end?

What is keeping animals busy & tired so they can't complain

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This character represents the upper class or bourgeosie.

Who is Mollie?

500

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

What is a fable?

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Where did Mr. Jones end up.

What is a home for drunk people?

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This character said, "those ribbons that you are so devoted to are the badge of slavery. Can you not understand that liberty is worth more than ribbons?"

Who is Snowball?

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Napoleon plays cards with him at the end, but in most of the novel is his biggest enemy.

Who is Mr. Fredrick?

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Orwell critiques this transformation that happens to leaders through Napoleon.

What is people change with power?

What is power changes people?

What is fooling people until you get to power?

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