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AniMaL fArM

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ANIMAL FARM

HISTORICAL COUNTER Napolean:Leader of all the pigs, intelligent and very
loyal to other animals
Snowball:pig who challenges Napolean;loyal Boxer:horse,trust pigs to make all decisions;strong Squealer:pig;spreads false things to other animals and twists the truth Old Major:prize winning Boar and teaches all the animals the song "Beast of England" CHARACTERS Clover: Good hearted female cart horse
And boxers best friens INFO ON GEORGE ORWELL WHAT IS
ANIMAL FARM? SATIRE FABLE
ALLEGORY RUSSIAN REVOLUTION 5 BIG PICTURE QUESTIONS Chapter 1 *Mr Jones owns the farm *Mr Jones is a drunk *Mr Jones forgets to close up the animals *Old Major brings the animals together for a meeting *Old Major is dying soon *Old Major talks to the animals about his dream
*The animals are sick of life on the farm *Animals are treated like slaves on the farm *The animals feel used ; eggs,milk,dung *Old Major wants his dream to become a reality Chapter 2 *Old Major dies in his sleep *Animals want Old Majors wish to come true *The three main pigs are Snowball,Major and Squealer *The Raven is Mr Jones pet *Raven does not do anything *Raven does not do any work *The two leaders at the end of the Rebellion are Snowball and Napolean *At the farmhouse the animals get rid of everything of Mr Jones *The animals have been teaching themselves to read and write *Seven Commandments was formulated by Snowball Chapter 3 *The animals spend a summer harvesting in the fields *The clever pigs think of ways for the animals to use the humans tools * Boxer does most of the work around the farm *The morning rituals also include a meeting, at which the animals debate and establish new policies *he morning rituals also include a meeting, at which the animals debate and establish new policies *The animals are getting along and working together to get finished *The pigs are the ones that end up bein the lazy ones *Napolean takes away the puppies because he wants them to have an education *Squealer uses trickery *The pigs are eating all the apples Chapter 4
*Napolean and Snowball spread the news of the rebellion to the animals *Pilkington and Frederick offer to help Jones at first * Snowball learned all his battle techniques in a book called Julius Ceaser *Snowball gives the sound of retreat and the animals fled the gateway *Deep down Boxer is emotional and cares for the humans *A flight of pigeons is what helped the animal farm to warn them about Mr. Jones * Boxer and Snowball mainly fight and defeat the humans *The animals find Mr. Jones gun in the mud *They agree to fire the gun twice a year *October 12, Battle of Cowshed * Chapter 5 *Mollie loses all her friends *Napolean and Snowball always disagree and animals always take sides *Snowball and Napolean wanted to both be leader *The animals liked Snowballs ideas because they finished faster *The seven commandment all animals are equal is broken *The dogs see Napolean as their leader *Squealer convinces the animals that Napolean was helping them by not bein leader *2 legs bad 4 legs good always stopped an argument *Boxer always says "Napolean is always right and I will work harder" *Squealer makes it out to seem like snowball is a traitor and criminal 1.If the pigs were not the leaders who do yu think would be
A better fit to be leader? 2.If you could arrange the farm your way what would be
A couple things you would change? 3. Do you think the animals were right about making the humans there enemies why or why not?
4.How does the novel show asimilarity to the Russian Revolution?
Chapter 6
*Another year passes *Animals work on harvest and on the windmill *they farm enough food for themselves and build the windmill *Animals do not recieve food unless they work on sundays *Boxer stays doing the most work but neva complains *Since Mr.Jones is not around the animals suffer less *Since animals no longer have humans, they have plenty of food now *Mr.Whymper starts paying visits to animal farm * Napoleon passes a death sentence on Snowball, offering a bushel of apples to the traitor’s killer *Napolean tells the animals that we need to rebuild the windmill Chapter 7
*The winter comes and the animals struggle to make the windmill *The strongest motivation for the animals was the human beings rejoice and triumph if mile wasn't done *Humans were tricked into thinking conditions on Animal Farm were better then they really were *There was a contract for the hens to surrender their eggs *Hens were not happy about giving away all their eggs *Napolean is contemplating a "deal" *Snowball was declared to be hiding at foxwood *Boxer does not believe Snowball was always a traitor *The goose came and confessed six ears *The song "Beasts of England" is no longer needed because the rebelion is now over Chapter 8 *No one recalled a commandment about animals killing other animals in the hearing of the pigs or the dogs *The six commandment changed *No Animal shall kill any animal without cause *Snowball's medals were a legend that was spread *The pigs taught the animals how to hate *The battle with the men won *Boxer got injured bad,and starts feeling old *The animals start to drink and break the commandment *Napolean showed the animals that he can't keep a promise *Squealer fell from the ladder right where the commandment was Chapter 9 *Rebuilding of the windmill begins immediately after the celebrations *Boxer is planning on retiring next year,still has his injury *Animals are forgetting how life used to be with Jones *Napoleon declares that a new schoolroom must be built for the piglets, who are instructed to remain aloof from the other animals *Potatoes are sold, and practically every egg laid by the hens is sold to earn the money required for these supplies *Napoleon now introduces a weekly event called the Spontaneous Demonstration *Every week the animals leave their work to march *Many of the animals like to believe that they will go to a better place after their deaths *animals are starting to tolerate moses,and he gives them beer everyday *Squealer announces that Boxer dies in the hospital Chapter 10 *Years have passed and many animals have died *No animal has managed to retire yet *Animal Farm remains the only farm in England to be owned by the animals *All sheeps are takin out of the farm *all the commandments are no longer around *Napolean comes out the farmhouse with a whip in his hand *All the pigs start wearing clothes and carrying whips *The pig's appearance start changing *Animal Farm changes to Manor Fram *The book ends with the pigs playing cards *Eric Arthur Blair was born on 25 June 1903 in
Motihari, Bihar, Bengal Presidency, British India
*He was A heavy smoker
*was A teacher
*He loved tea
*Orwell was opposed to rearmament against Nazi Germany
*Orwell was ver interested in Shakespeare

*Animal represents the corruptance of the
revolution and its leaders *It reperesnt human characteristics into an animal like way
the books insight is suppose to be on the Russian Revolution
*The animals dream is to have everyone equal
and property of the farm is shared *A fable is a succinct story, in prose or verse, that features animals, mythical creatures, plants, inanimate objects, or forces of nature *A form of Folk literature *The word Fable comes from the Latin *Satire is often strictly defined as a literary genre or form, although in practice it can be found in the graphic and performing arts. In satire, human or individual vices *intent of improvement *The word satire comes from the Latin phrase satura lanx meaning "medley, dish of colorful fruits *Allegory is a figurative mode of representation conveying meaning other than the literal. It teaches a lesson through symbolism. Allegory communicates its message by means of symbolic figures, actions or symbolic representation *allegory does not have to be expressed in language: it may be addressed to the eye, and is often found in realistic painting, sculpture or some other form *The Russian Revolution is the collective term for the series of revolutions in Russia in 1917, which destroyed the Tsarist autocracy and led to the creation of the Soviet Union *Takeover of the Bolsheviks against the Tsar Government, Formed the Russian Provisional Government and started the Russian Civil War *At the start of 1917 the country was ripe for revolution growing rapidly, creating expanded social opportunities but also great uncertainty *During this chaotic period there were frequent mutinies and many strikes Moses:The tame raven who spreads stories of Sugarcandy Mountain Mollie: The mare who pulls Mr. Jones’s carriage. Mollie craves the attention of human beings and loves being groomed and pampered *Benjamin:The long-lived donkey who refuses to feel inspired by the Rebellion *Mr.Jones: the drunk farmer *Animal Farm was published in August of 1945--a
crucial moment in European and world history.
In the previous four months,
President Roosevelt, Mussolini and Hitler
had died and Winston Churchill had been
voted out of office.
Germany had surrendered, and the U.S. had
dropped atomic bombs over Japan. Of the
big three Allied leaders, only Stalin survived.

The Definitions relate to animal farm a lot because
Fable puts a story line into an animal like way
many issues that happen in animal
farm are human like but they turned it into an animal farm
How The definitions affect Animal Farm The definitions are symbolizing things in literature
The book animal Farm is full of symbolizm The 7 Commandments 1.Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy
2.Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings,
is a friend.
3.No animal shall wear clothes.
4.No animal shall sleep in a bed.
5.No animal shall drink alcohol.
6.No animal shall kill any other animal.
7.All animals are equal.
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