Here, you will find terms and analogous relationships related to our study of George Orwell's novel Animal Farm.
Terms in this set (23)
Marx and/or Lenin
Moses the Raven
The opiate of the masses = religion
Russian people who were not interested in the revolution.
Bolsheviks who were loyal to the cause but ultimately hurt by it.
The KGB - the Soviet secret police
Old Major's Speech
The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx
The Battle of Cowshed
Russian Civil War
Stalin's 5-year plan
The hens' rebellion
Rebellion of sailors at Kronshdadt
The Battle of the Windmill
Battle of Stalingrad in World War II
Card game at the end of the novel
Tehran Conference (1843) between Stalin, Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt
An author directly tells the reader about a character's appearance or personality.
An author reveals a character to the reader through the character's actions, thoughts and words or how other characters respond to that character.
An author or poet's message about life and people.
a story in which characters or events represent someone or something else.
Who comes up with the idea for the windmill?
Who leads the Battle of Cowshed?
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