- 1 What do the executions represent in Animal Farm?
- 2 What does Boxer think was the cause of the frightening slaughter of fellow animals What is his solution?
- 3 Why did the 4 pigs confess in Animal Farm?
- 4 What is ironic about confession followed by execution?
- 5 Why does Napoleon kill Boxer?
- 6 Was Snowball killed in Animal Farm?
- 7 What is the quality of life for the animals?
- 8 Who represents squealer?
- 9 What was the strongest motivation for rebuilding the windmill?
- 10 Who does Boxer blame for the executions?
- 11 Who gets killed in Animal Farm Chapter 7?
- 12 Why does the cockerel march in front of Napoleon?
- 13 What do the animals through the thoughts of Clover finally admit to themselves?
- 14 What is forbidden at the end of Chapter 7 Animal Farm?
- 15 What is ironic about the animals working on Sundays?
What do the executions represent in Animal Farm?
Napoleon is establishing a state of fear and suppression of freedom in order to maintain total control over the farm. The executions signify a new day on the farm where all the animals are not equal, the pigs and the dogs, Napoleon’s bodyguards and killers, are more equal than the other animals.
What does Boxer think was the cause of the frightening slaughter of fellow animals What is his solution?
What does Boxer think was the cause of the frightening slaughter of fellow animals? Boxer believed it was his (their fault) that the slaughter took place. What is his solution? Napoleon is always right and he will work harder.
Why did the 4 pigs confess in Animal Farm?
The pigs initially confess their crimes because they are threatened by the savage dogs. Out of fear, the pigs attempt to appease Napolean in hopes that they will not be murdered. After the pigs are brutally slaughtered, hens and sheep are quick to confess minor crimes inspired by Snowball.
What is ironic about confession followed by execution?
What is ironic about confession followed by execution. This spurs Clover to sing “Beasts of England.” Squealer arrives to tell her the song is banned. Why has the song been forbidden according to Squealer? They don’t want the pigs to get any other ideas about rebellion.
Why does Napoleon kill Boxer?
They were both threats to his authority. Snowball was constantly disagreeing with him, and though Boxer was loyal, he was much more beloved on the farm than Napoleon, which was also threatening.
Was Snowball killed in Animal Farm?
While his fate is unclear in the novel and 1999-film, history suggests that just like the original Trotsky was killed by KGB assassins, Snowball was killed by Napoleon’s dogs.
What is the quality of life for the animals?
The quality of animals’ lives is defined by their overall physical and mental well-being, not just one aspect of their lives. The chart on the opposite side of this fact sheet attempts to consider all aspects of your pet’s life. Higher numbers on this chart equal a better quality of life.
Who represents squealer?
Squealer represents Vyacheslav Molotov who was Stalin’s protégé and head of Communist propaganda. It is also possible that Squealer represents the Soviet newspaper, Pravda. This paper was Stalin’s key to propaganda, and was very powerful to proletarians (represented by Boxer, the horse).
What was the strongest motivation for rebuilding the windmill?
What was one of the strongest motivations for completing the rebuilding of the windmill? They didn´t want the outside world (the humans) to rejoice if the mill were not finished on time.
Who does Boxer blame for the executions?
Whom did Boxer blame for the executions? What was his solution? Boxer still trusts Napoleon, so although his mind is troubled, he believes the fault must lie in the animals themselves.
Who gets killed in Animal Farm Chapter 7?
The dogs, apparently without orders, even attack Boxer, who effortlessly knocks them away with his huge hooves. But four pigs and numerous other animals meet their deaths, including the hens who rebelled at the proposal to sell their eggs. The terrible bloodshed leaves the animals deeply shaken and confused.
Why does the cockerel march in front of Napoleon?
The dogs surround Napoleon to protect him, and the rooster marches in front. This shows both Napoleon’s mental movement into the role of dictator, as he is paranoid of attack and insistent on having public recognition, and his use of psychology to keep the other animals in line.
What do the animals through the thoughts of Clover finally admit to themselves?
Through the thoughts of Clover, the animals finally admit to themselves that the Rebellion had a worse affect than the animals expected. They did not expect animals to be killed by other animals. According to Squealer, that society has been reached, so the animals have no reason to sing it.
What is forbidden at the end of Chapter 7 Animal Farm?
He announced that, by a special decree of Comrade Napoleon, Beasts of England had been abolished. From now onwards it was forbidden to sing it. The animals were taken aback.
What is ironic about the animals working on Sundays?
The irony of the animals working on the windmill on Sundays is that when the animals first took over the farm and made it their own, one of their observances was a day of rest on Sundays. Now, with Napoleon running the farm as a dictator, the animals work seven days a week.