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In the opening chapter of George Orwell's classic Utopian novel, it is easy to understand why the animals of Manor Farm are easily riled up. The pigs, the smartest of the lot, are adept at pointing out the injustices the animals suffer and how their pain and labor benefits man alone. It would be difficult not to get angry when presented with the facts of such inequality, and thus, the uprising begins. Be sure you understand how the animals are convinced to participate in the coming rebellion by taking our exclusive, interactive quiz to Chapter 1 of Animal Farm. Rank your score against others and see how you compare. What have you got to lose? Nothing! What do you have to gain? A better grade!
"Beyond the fences of this life/ There lies a wondrous hill/ And all good creatures when they die/ Go there to graze their fill." When one of the animals passes away, the survivors comfort themselves with words from this traditional hymn. The pigs, however, want the new order to retain nothing of the old as they impose their own ideals. The fact that there is an established "leadership" at all should be a red flag of the coming troubles. Be sure you understand how the original promises are starting to bend and break by taking our exclusive, interactive quiz to Chapter 2 of Animal Farm. Rank your score against others and see how you compare. What have you got to lose? Nothing! What do you have to gain? A better grade!
Napoleon Bonaparte argued that a "leader is a dealer in hope." He does not say, however, that hope will pay off for those who wait. How apropos it is for Orwell to name one of the pig leaders Napoleon! He and his cohorts secure power for themselves and then give false hope for a better life to the animals, all the while hoarding the vast majority of the spoils of the Rebellion. Be sure you understand how the pigs manipulate those they deem to be lesser than themselves by taking our exclusive, interactive quiz to Chapter 3 of Animal Farm. Rank your score against others and see how you compare. What have you got to lose? Nothing! What do you have to gain? A better grade!
Frederick Douglass vehemently argued that "power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will." The Rebellion is raging. Two of the animals exhibit remarkable bravery; others fight valiantly, some die. Outside of Manor Farm, surrounding humans are taking note and taking arms. Meanwhile, one group of animals serves as spies, bringing news from the battlefields to the front lines. It is a tumultuous and confusing time. Be sure you are following the attacks and retreats by taking our exclusive, interactive quiz to Chapter 4 of Animal Farm. Rank your score against others and see how you compare. What have you got to lose? Nothing! What do you have to gain? A better grade!
"Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power," Abraham Lincoln observed. Surely this adage applies to Snowball. Having been successful in one uprising, he is spoiling for more power and prestige, but he is not about to share the wealth. Some of the animals soon discover that they will never see the benefits of fighting in the Rebellion. Follow the action as the pigs strive for more and the other, less-equal animals suffer by taking our exclusive, interactive quiz to Chapter 5 of Animal Farm. Each of our questions is ranked so that you can understand the level of difficulty and see how your score compares with others who have also taken this quiz. Give it a try!