'ANIMAL FARM' - WORKSHEET ON CHAPTER 4
B - WHO'S WHO ? WHAT'S WHAT?
October the twelfth
the Red lion at Willingdon
1-"a tough, shrewd man perpetually involved in
2-"his first blow took a stable-lad from Foxwood on the skull"
3-"sank her claws in her neck"
4-"the anniversary of the Battle of the Cowshed"
5-"the anniversary of the Rebellion"
6-"the other farm which was smaller and better kept"
7-"was in charge of the defensive operations"
8-"who had been killed, was given a solemn funeral"
9-"who in fact was only stunned, had already recovered and made off"
10-a neighbouring farm
11-the easy-going gentleman farmer who owns Foxwood
12-the local pub
C- TRUE / FALSE ?
Mr Jones is portrayed as weak and slightly ridiculous.
Human beings are little more than caricatures of unpleasant types of humans.
Pilkington and Frederick are close friends.
Mr Jones manages to recapture the farm.
Pilkington and Frederick actually join in the battle.
Snowball's mastery of military strategy, his personal courage are crucial to the victory.
That is why he represents a threat for Napoleon.
Benjamin remains in the front line of attack.
In spite of his wounds, Snowball attacks Mr Jones.
Both Squealer and Napoleon stay at the rear of the battle.
Their names are conspicuous by their absence during the battle.
Boxer's part in the battle is not particularly crucial.
Snowball is much more sensitive than Boxer.
D- MIXED UP SUMMARY OF THIS CHAPTER
1-A stable-boy is mistakenly thought to have been killed by
2-At the animals' victory celebration, the event is called the Battle of the Cowshed.
3-But Snowball has anticipated the attack and cleverly ambushes them.
4-In the battle, Snowball is wounded.
5-It is decided that this victory should be celebrated annually.
6-Mr Jones and his men try to recapture the farm.
7-Mr Pilkington of Foxwood and Mr Frederick of Pinchfield do not get on well with each other.
8-Napoleon and Snowball spred the news of the rebellion to animals on neighbouring farms.
9-The latter feel threatened by the rebellion and spread rumours about Animal Farm.