Animal Farm --Chapter 5

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Animal Farm --Chapter 5 - Quiz

Animal Farm is an allegorical novella by George Orwell, first published in England on 17 August 1945. According to Orwell, the book reflects events leading up to the Russian Revolution of 1917 and then on into the Stalinist era of the Soviet Union. Having just finished chapter 5, this test will measure just how much you remember.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Who ran away from Animal Farm?

    • A.

      Boxer

    • B.

      Clover

    • C.

      Molly

    • D.

      Benjamin

    Correct Answer
    C. Molly
    Explanation
    Molly ran away from Animal Farm.

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  • 2. 

    What is the thing Snowball wanted to make?

    • A.

      A car

    • B.

      A windmill

    • C.

      A plumbing and irrigation system

    • D.

      A cookbook

    Correct Answer
    B. A windmill
    Explanation
    Snowball wanted to make a windmill. This can be inferred from the information given in the question. There is no additional context provided to suggest any other answer.

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  • 3. 

    Everyone on the farm was...

    • A.

      Happy with the plan

    • B.

      Opposed to the plan

    • C.

      Equally divided

    • D.

      Utterly confused

    Correct Answer
    C. Equally divided
    Explanation
    The answer "Equally divided" suggests that there was no unanimous agreement or consensus among the people on the farm regarding the plan. It implies that some individuals were in favor of the plan, while others were against it. This division indicates that there were differing opinions and perspectives among the people, leading to a lack of unity or consensus on the matter.

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  • 4. 

    Who runs Snowball off the farm?

    • A.

      Napoleon

    • B.

      Dogs

    • C.

      Squealer

    • D.

      A and D

    Correct Answer
    D. A and D
    Explanation
    In George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm," Snowball is driven off the farm by Napoleon, who is a pig and one of the main antagonists in the story. Napoleon uses his power and manipulation to convince the other animals that Snowball is a traitor and a threat to the farm. Additionally, Napoleon uses his trained dogs to physically force Snowball to leave. Therefore, both Napoleon and the dogs are responsible for running Snowball off the farm.

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  • 5. 

    What happened to the plans for the thing Snowball wanted to make?

    • A.

      Napoleon went through with it

    • B.

      It was burned

    • C.

      Mr. Jones stole it

    • D.

      The Dogs ate it

    Correct Answer
    A. Napoleon went through with it
    Explanation
    Napoleon, one of the leaders in Animal Farm, proceeded with the plans for the thing Snowball wanted to make. This suggests that Napoleon took control and implemented the plans, possibly for his own benefit or to assert his authority.

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  • 6. 

    Napoleon uses Mice to control Animal Farm.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
  • 7. 

    Everyone listens to Napoleon.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    This statement suggests that everyone pays attention to or follows Napoleon. It implies that Napoleon has a significant influence or authority over others, and they respect his opinions or commands. Therefore, the correct answer is "True" as it aligns with the given statement.

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  • 8. 

    Boxer assumed control after Snowball was expelled.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement is false because it was Napoleon, not Boxer, who assumed control after Snowball was expelled. Boxer was a loyal and hardworking horse, but he did not have the ambition or intelligence to take over the leadership of the farm. Napoleon, on the other hand, was a cunning and power-hungry pig who seized control and established himself as the dictator of the farm.

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  • 9. 

    Squealer is Napoleon's new voice to the animals.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Squealer being Napoleon's new voice to the animals means that Squealer is the one who communicates Napoleon's decisions, policies, and propaganda to the other animals on the farm. This implies that Squealer is the spokesperson or representative of Napoleon, relaying his messages and influencing the animals' opinions and actions. Therefore, the statement "Squealer is Napoleon's new voice to the animals" is true.

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  • 10. 

    Napoleon thought of the windmill idea.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The statement claims that Napoleon thought of the windmill idea. However, this is not true. In George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm," it is actually Snowball who comes up with the idea of building a windmill on the farm. Napoleon, the main antagonist, opposes the idea and later takes credit for it when the windmill becomes a success. Therefore, the correct answer is false.

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  • 11. 

    Czar Nicholas II:  Sole leader of Russia in 1905.  He allowed a legislative body called the Duma to form to help with reform, but he dissolved the group three times because he did not like the direction in which it was going.

    • A.

      Farmer Jones

    • B.

      Napoleon

    • C.

      Snowball

    • D.

      Old Major

    Correct Answer
    A. Farmer Jones
    Explanation
    Farmer Jones is the correct answer because the question is asking for the sole leader of Russia in 1905, and Farmer Jones is not a leader of Russia, but rather a character from George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm". The other options, Napoleon, Snowball, and Old Major, are also characters from "Animal Farm" and not relevant to the question.

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  • 12. 

    Lenin/Marx:  Lenin was the leader of a rebel group which took over after Czar Nicholas II abdicated (stepped down).  He based his government on the ideas of Marx which included "national ownership."  When he died, his body was preserved and put on display.

    • A.

      Farmer Jones

    • B.

      Napoleon

    • C.

      Snowball

    • D.

      Old Major

    Correct Answer
    D. Old Major
    Explanation
    Old Major is the correct answer because he is the one who initially inspires the rebellion on Manor Farm and introduces the principles of Animalism to the other animals. Old Major's ideas are based on the teachings of Karl Marx, similar to how Lenin based his government on Marx's ideas. Old Major's death before the rebellion takes place symbolizes the passing of the torch to the younger animals, who then carry out the revolution.

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  • 13. 

     Lenin's Propaganda Department

    • A.

      Dogs

    • B.

      Napoleon

    • C.

      Squealer

    • D.

      Sheep

    Correct Answer
    C. Squealer
    Explanation
    Squealer is the correct answer because he is a character in George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm." Squealer is a pig who serves as Napoleon's propaganda minister and is responsible for spreading lies and misinformation to manipulate and control the other animals on the farm. He uses persuasive language and propaganda techniques to justify Napoleon's actions and maintain his power.

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  • 14. 

    KGB:  Stalin's secret police who would kill peasants and small landholders who tried to keep the grain they grew.

    • A.

      Dogs

    • B.

      Napoleon

    • C.

      Squealer

    • D.

      Sheep

    Correct Answer
    A. Dogs
    Explanation
    The dogs in this context refer to the secret police force of Stalin, known as the KGB. They were responsible for eliminating peasants and small landholders who attempted to withhold the grain they produced. This suggests that the dogs were used as a means of enforcing Stalin's policies and maintaining control over the agricultural sector.

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  • 15. 

    Communism:  A political, economic, and social theory that is based on a collectivistic society in which all land and capital are socially owned and political power is exercised by one.

    • A.

      Manor Farm

    • B.

      Animal Farm

    • C.

      Animalism

    • D.

      Socialism

    Correct Answer
    A. Manor Farm
  • 16. 

    Naive working class

    • A.

      Dogs

    • B.

      Snowball

    • C.

      Squealer

    • D.

      Boxer

    Correct Answer
    D. Boxer
    Explanation
    Boxer is the correct answer because in George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm," Boxer is a loyal and hardworking horse who represents the working class. He is naive and easily manipulated by the pigs, particularly Napoleon and Squealer. Despite his strength and dedication, Boxer is eventually betrayed and sent to the slaughterhouse, symbolizing the exploitation of the working class by the ruling elite.

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  • 17. 

    Trotsky:  A political rival of Stalin after Lenin's death.  He was exiled from Russia, deported, and finally assassinated.

    • A.

      Napoleon

    • B.

      Snowball

    • C.

      Squealer

    • D.

      Boxer

    Correct Answer
    B. Snowball
    Explanation
    Snowball is the correct answer because the given information about Trotsky being a political rival of Stalin after Lenin's death and being exiled, deported, and assassinated does not match any of the other options (Napoleon, Squealer, or Boxer). Snowball is a character from George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm" who represents Leon Trotsky. Both Snowball and Trotsky were initially popular and played a significant role in the revolution but were eventually ousted and became enemies of the ruling regime.

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  • 18. 

    Stalin:  Lenin's successor.  He did away with anyone who he perceived as a rival.  He led Russia to being one of the two greatest economic and military powers in the world.  Along the way, he caused millions of deaths.

    • A.

      Farmer Jones

    • B.

      Napoleon

    • C.

      Old Major

    • D.

      Snowball

    Correct Answer
    B. Napoleon
    Explanation
    Napoleon is the correct answer because he is the character in George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm" who represents Joseph Stalin. Like Stalin, Napoleon eliminates anyone he sees as a threat to his power, leads the farm to become a powerful nation, and is responsible for causing numerous deaths. This comparison between Napoleon and Stalin highlights the theme of totalitarianism and the abuse of power in the novel.

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  • 19. 

    Who said "Donkeys live a long time. None of you has ever seen a dead donkey."

    • A.

      Snowball

    • B.

      Napoleon

    • C.

      Mollie

    • D.

      Old Benjamin

    Correct Answer
    D. Old Benjamin
    Explanation
    Old Benjamin said "Donkeys live a long time. None of you has ever seen a dead donkey." This quote reflects Old Benjamin's cynical and pessimistic nature. He often speaks in a negative and skeptical manner, and this statement is another example of his outlook on life. Benjamin's comment suggests that he believes death is inevitable for all living creatures, including donkeys, and he uses this observation to highlight the harsh realities of life on the farm.

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  • 20. 

    Which one of these was NOT one of the seven things that Old Major said animals must NEVER do?

    • A.

      Sleep in a beg

    • B.

      Wear clothes

    • C.

      Lie to another animal

    • D.

      Engage in trade

    Correct Answer
    C. Lie to another animal
    Explanation
    Old Major, in George Orwell's novel "Animal Farm," outlines the principles of Animalism and the rules that animals must follow. One of the seven things that Old Major said animals must NEVER do is to lie to another animal. This is because Animalism emphasizes the importance of equality, honesty, and trust among the animals. Lying would undermine these principles and create divisions within the animal community. By prohibiting lying, Old Major aims to establish a society based on fairness and cooperation.

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