Animal Farm

Written by George Orwell and published in 1945, Animal Farm is an allegory of Soviet totalitarianism.

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What is an example of an anecdote in Animal Farm?

I think you could consider in chapter 1 when Old Major says, "And now, comrades, I will tell you about my dream of last night. I cannot describe that dream to you. It was a dream of the earth as it will be when Man has vanished. But it reminded me of something that I had long forgotten. Many years ago, when I was a little pig, my mother and the other sows used to sing an old song of which they knew only the tune and the first three words. I had known that tune in my infancy, but it had long since passed out of my mind. Last night, however, it came back to me in my dream. And what is more, the words of the song also came back−words, I am certain, which were sung by the animals of long ago and have been lost to memory for generations." That's the closest I could find to an anecdote.

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What was major's vision in Animal Farm?

his vision was a utopia(a perfect place like heaven) his vision was a place with no humans(that are evil) and all the food they produced went to them selves.

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What kind of story is Animal Farm?

Animal Farm is a great book where the literal meaning actually has a greater meaning. My sister told me that this book actually has a meaning of a national superpower. It tells the story about North Korea, and the future of the world. Of course, the story is about animals, but when you read it, try thinking more metaphorically than literally. Have fun reading the book.!

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What do snowball and napoleon both have in common in the book Animal Farm?

They both have the will to lead.

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What animals could read in Animal Farm?

All of the pigs, snowball, napoleon, benjamin, and muriel

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What war just ended when animal farm was published?

World War II was just beginning, and was happening as he wrote it. But a lot of the novel also has to do with the Russian Revolution, which had happened about thirty years previously.

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What happens in the rising action in Animal Farm?

rising action · The animals throw off their human oppressors and establish a socialist state called Animal Farm; the pigs, being the most intelligent animals in the group, take control of the planning and government of the farm; Snowball and Napoleon engage in ideological disputes and compete for power

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How does napoleon the pig gain complete control?

He uses his 9 dogs

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What happens to the windmill in animal farm in chapter 8?

the dog dies.

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Where you can get the urdu book about poultry farm in Karachi Pakistan?

you can books on poultry farming in urdu from Urdu Bazar, or you can also contact the Allama Iqbal Open /university, they do have courses on pultry farming.


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How does the book Animal Farm end?

In Animal Farm, towards the end, the pigs eventually turn against Animal Farm and begin to like and hang out with the humans. Therefore, they begin to look like actual men and take on alot of their characteristics. Basically, all the animals except for maybe 3 of them end up liking and accompanying the humans.

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Why did Napoleon ban Beasts of England?

Napoleon bans "Beasts of England" because the song is about freedom and rebellion and so Napoleon does not want them to rebel

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What is the theme for Animal Farm Chapter 1?

Farm Fun

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What does animalism mean in Animal Farm?

Animalsim is basically the government or religion that the animals base their daily lives off of. So in other words it resembles the Seven commandments

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Who is the physically strongest animal on the Animal Farm?

Boxer (a horse)

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Who is Napoleon's official food taster in animal farm?


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What was the windmill named in Animal Farm?

Napoleon named it the "Napoleon Mill"

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In Animal Farm why were the animals afraid to go into the farmhouse?

The animals were simply too terrified to act.

First of all, the animals (minus the elite: the pigs) represent the honest working class. The class which tried hard to uphold Animalism and every ounce it entailed. Old Major had already commanded them not to emulate Man, including not living in a house. The animals refused to enter the house on principle. Secondly, we see and witnessing the terror that the pigs instill on Animal Farm. The result is that no animal dares challenge the pigs any longer. Whoever does so is forced to confess to treason and is thus put to death (remember the commandment about 'No animal shall kill another'?) and Thirdly, Man and Pig were indistinguishable towards the end. The very sight horrified the animals beyond imagining.

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What are the dumbest animals in Animal Farm?

The horses, especially boxer

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What are some facts about Animal Farm?

Animal Farm - Facts

By George Orwell

· George Orwell was really named Eric Allan Blair, George was his pen name.

· George was born in Bengal, India.

· George served as a police officer in India, he witnessed political racism that inspired his writing.

· He once opened a village shop in England.

· George often wrote about his experiences as a child and fighting in wars.

· George was a socialist.

· He died in 1950 aged 46.

· Animal farm is a modern fable.

· Animal Farm was first published 17th August 1945.

· The book is based on Russian communism and aims to show people the downfalls of communism.

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What does Moses the Raven represent in Animal Farm?

Moses the Raven represents religion in Russia at the time, something that helped people bear the hardships, demonstrated by Moses, who tells of Sugarcandy Mountain.


He represents the Russian Orthodox Church. Moses tries to turn the animals away from the rebellion that the pigs lead. He is loyal to the Joneses as well.

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What is the rules in Animal Farm was governed by?

The seven commandments

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Why do all animals admire boxer?

because he was a hard worker.... did you even read the book?

try using your own brain before searching it on google.


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Who was greedy in Animal Farm?

The pigs were the greedy animals in the novel Animal Farm. They believed that they were better than the other animals. This reflects the common belief that pigs are greedy animals.

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What does Animal Farm symbolise?

I believe that George Orwell (also known as Eric Blair) wasn't really symbolizing anything, but he does show how a powerful democracy (Before Napoleon's lead)

can turn into a bad Communism (during and after his rule).


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