Last Updated on June 7, 2022, by eNotes Editorial. Word Count: 273
- What animals from the original rebellion are still on the farm?
- What happened with the windmill?
- What does Benjamin say about life on the farm now compared to life under Mr. Jones?
- What does Squealer do with the sheep?
- What do the pigs do that shocks the animals?
- What happens to the Seven Commandments?
- What does Mr. Pilkington say about Animal Farm?
- What does Napoleon change the name of the farm to?
- Why is it important that Napoleon and Mr. Pilkington both play the same card?
- What confuses the animals as they look through the window at the pigs and the humans?
- Only Clover, Benjamin, Moses, and several of the pigs (including Napoleon and Squealer) are still alive.
- The windmill was finished, though it was not used to provide electricity for the animals’ stalls. A second windmill is now under construction.
- Benjamin says that life is now no better or worse than it has always been and will always be.
- Squealer takes the sheep aside and teaches them a new slogan.
- The pigs shock the animals by learning to walk on two legs.
- The Seven Commandments are painted over and replaced with “ALL ANIMALS ARE EQUAL BUT SOME ANIMALS ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS.”
- Mr. Pilkington compliments Napoleon on working the animals so hard and giving them so little food.
- Napoleon changes the name of the farm back to Manor Farm.
- The fact that Napoleon and Pilkington play the same card means that one of them is cheating.
- As they look through the window, the animals can no longer tell who is a pig and who is a human.