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Animal Farm (Grade 9)

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Animal Farm

The definition of personification is...
  1. giving human characteristics to non-human objects.
  2. using like or as when comparing two or more things.
  3. comparing two or more things without using like or as.
  4. when you talk bad about a person.
A fable is
  1. fantasy
  2. text that explains information
  3. short stories with moral points, traditionally with talking animals
  4. untrue stories with animals
A story in which things and events have another meaning is a
  1. satire
  2. allegory
  3. poem
  4. myth
                   is the author of Animal Farm.
  1. George Orwell
  2. John Steinbeck
  3. Harper Lee
  4. William Shakespeare
  5. none of the above
In November 1917 Russia had a revolution for the second time. What did the revolution make them?
  1. Democratic
  2. Republican
  3. Communist
Every Sunday, the animals hold a flag-raising ceremony. The flag's green background represents the fields of England, and its white hoof and horn symbolize the animals. Which historical flag does this mirror?
  1. Chinese
  2. North Korean
  3. Soviet Union
The Rebellion that the animals lead against Mr. Jones mirrors which historical revolution?
  1. American Revolution
  2. French Revolution
  3. Russian Revolution
Tsar Nicholas, who was ousted by the Russian Revolution, is best represented by the character of                  .
  1. Mr. Frederick
  2. Mr. Pilkington
  3. Mr. Jones
  4. Mr. Whymper
  5. none of the above
The new philosophy adopted by the animals is called                  .
  1. communism
  2. socialism
  3. animalism
  4. humanism
  5. none of the above
The pigs Napoleon and Snowball are based on the Communist party leaders                       and                      .
  1. Napoleon and Hitler
  2. Stalin and Trotsky
  3. Lenin and Marx
  4. Nicholas and Kerensky
  5. none of the above
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