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32 Cards in this Set

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match quotations with character:
Old Major
old pig
match quotation with character: Napoleon
pig leader
match quotation with character: Squealer
a porker
match quotation with character: Boxer
devoted carthorse
match quotation with character: Mollie
prissy horse
match quotation with character: Benjamin
skeptical donkey
identify historical figure or idea for character: Snowball
Trotsky
identify historical figure or idea for character: Napoleon
Stalin
identify historical figure or idea for character: Old Major
Marx
identify historical figure or idea for character: Mr. Jones
Czar II
identify historical figure or idea for character: Mollie
Vain, selfish people in Russia and world
identify historical figure or idea for character: Boxer
dedicated, but tricked communist supporters
identify historical figure or idea for character: Squealer
Propaganda department of Lenin's gov't
identify historical figure or idea for character: The dogs
KGB-secret police
identify historical figure or idea for character: Animalism
Communism
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Old Major
Protagonist, taught animalism, "workers do the work, rich keep the $, animals rebell," dyes before revolution
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Moses
timid raven, entertains animals w/ tales of 'a land of
promises & better life on Sugarcandy Mountain.'
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Mr. Jones
irresponsible farm-owner, sometimes creul, beats them w/ wips, sometimes kind, mixes milk w/ their food
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Snowball
protagonist, young, smart, good speecher, wants to make life better for all, one of the leaders in revolution
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Napoleon
Antagonist, no a good speecher, not as clever as Snowball, creul, selfish, & corrupt, ambision is to get power, uses dogs, Moses, & Squealer to control animals
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Squealer
Antagonist, Napoleon's henchman, big mouth, talks alot, convinces animals to believe & follow Napoleon, changes & manipluates 7 conmandments
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Benjamin
skeptical donkey, old, wise, was supisious of revolution, "nothing ever changes is right," his supsisious's are true about Boxer & Conmandments
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Mr. Whymper
the go-between of humans & animals
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Mr. Pilkington
easy-going gentleman farmer who wastes most of his time in fishing and hunting.
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Animalism
"no owners, no rich, no poor","workers get a better life, all animals equal", "everyone owns the farm"
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: The dogs
secret police for Napoleon, private army that uses fear to force animals to work, intimidates any enemy of Napoleon's, another part of Napoleon's stratagy to control animals
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Boxer
strong hard workin horse, believes in Animal Farm, "I must work harder", "Napoleon is always right",gives his all & is betrayed by Napoleon who sells him
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Mollie
doesn't care about Revolution,vain & loved her beauty, didn't care about animal farm, went with anyone who gave her what she wanted
Know characters/ideas & part that each play in story: Battle of the Cowshed
the Revolution
What is the setting?
England
Who is the author?
George Orwell
What are the privileges that the pigs have that the other animals do not enjoy?
live in the farmhouse, sleep in the beds, wake up an hour later than all the other animals