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Animal Farm (Ch. 1-4)

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  1. 1. The name of the "old-fashioned farm, much overgrown by woodland".
  2. 4. One of the food items reserved for the pigs only.
  3. 6. Who shares tales of Sugarcandy Mountain?
  4. 8. Bar where Mr. Jones spent most of his time.
  5. 10. Whose campaigns dis Snowball study to prepare for a battle with the humans?
  6. 13. The two abilities the pigs possess that lead them to believe they are above all other animals.
  7. 14. The created belief system based on Old Major's teachings.
  8. 16. Tells Boxer to feel no shame or remorse for killing a human during the clash with Jones and his men.
  9. 18. The "smaller and better kept" farm.
  10. 19. The matronly horse who looks out for the ducklings during the first meeting.
  11. 22. Author of "Animal Farm".
  12. 24. Rules outlining how the animals should live their lives.
  13. 27. Argued that the pigs must take the apples and milk to maintain their strength.
  14. 28. Another farmer, who is described as "a tough, shrewd man".
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  1. 2. The pig who remembered the words to "Beasts of England" in a dream.
  2. 3. An easy going farmer who preferred fishing or hunting.
  3. 5. Described as "the oldest animal on the farm, and the worst tempered".
  4. 7. The month in which the "Battle of the Cowshed" took place.
  5. 9. Respected by all for his great strength and admirable character.
  6. 10. In what month did the Rebellion occur?
  7. 11. Honor bestowed upon the dead sheep after the battle.
  8. 12. What song is the anthem of the animals?
  9. 15. Prefers the life with Mr. Jones where she can wear ribbons and eat sugar cubes.
  10. 17. The number of farms connected to Animal Farm.
  11. 20. Human who was first in charge of Manor Farm.
  12. 21. The farm as it is now called by all the animals.
  13. 23. The location of the farm.
  14. 25. Original name for the farm.
  15. 26. Which pig took the 9 puppies to be "responsible for their education"?
  16. 29. Napoleon's general reference to all animals.