English Literature: Animal Farm Analysis Character Profile - The Humans

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Quote to show the humans as cruel
Jones is a "hard master"
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Quote to show the humans as violent
"any animal caught singing it (beasts of england) was given a flogging"
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Quote to show the humans as dishonest
Frederick's "bank notes were forgeries"
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What do Jones' men take advantage of?
Jones' slackness. The fields of Manor Farm are "full of weeds" and the animals are "underfed"
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What does Jones' neglect and drunkenness allow the animals to do?
Meet and organise themselves in secret - he was "too drunk to remember" to lock them up properly.
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What event shows how little control Jones has over his farm?
The animals rebellion - it's a spontaneous event and even the animals are surprised by their success.
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Complete the sentence: Pilkington is a ___-fashioned gentlemen farmer whose farm is _____ and ________
Pilkington is an old-fashioned gentlemen farmer whose farm is shabby and neglected.
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What are there rumours of on Frederick's farm?
Cruelty
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Compare Frederick's farm to Jones'.
Frederick's is smaller and better kept.
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Compare Frederick as a leader to Jones.
He is "tough" and "shrewd" and always "involved in lawsuits."
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Who does Pilkington represent?
That Capitalist West
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Who does Frederick represent?
Hitler and Nazi Germany
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What does Frederick lead a surprise attack on? Explain.
Animal farm - it is sudden and vicious. He almost over throws the animals and is only driven off after the animals suffer terrible losses and the windmill is blown up.
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Who does Whymper represent?
The people who were happy to work for the communists in Soviet Russia or do business with them, if the price was right.
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Who is Mr Whymper?
Napoleon's solicitor and representative in his dealings with other humans.
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Why does Whymper agree to work for Animal Farm?
Because Napoleon tricks him into thinking the farm is prosperous.
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Complete the Sentence: Whymper is a ____ business man who realises _______'s buisness "would be worth having"
Whymper is a "sharp" business man who realises Napoleon's buisness "would be worth having"
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"any animal caught singing it (beasts of england) was given a flogging"

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What do Jones' men take advantage of?

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What does Jones' neglect and drunkenness allow the animals to do?

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