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Animal Farm ch. 1-4

scullery a small room next to the kitchen mincing to cut up meat tyranny a form of government in which the ruler is an absolute dictator dissentients ones who disagree enmity a state of deep-seated ill-will mr. jones and mrs. jones who owns manor farm? he is an alchoholic what problem does Mr. jones have? […]

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Harry Potter – Chapter 8

Who was the Potions Master at Hogwarts? Professor Severus Snape was the Potions Master. How many staircases were there at Hogwarts? There were a hundred and forty-two staircases. Who was always tricking first-year students at Gryffindor? Peeves the Poltergeist tricked them. What was the name of Filch’s cat? Filch’s cat was named Mrs. Norris. What […]

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Harry Potter Extreme!

Harry Potter The boy who lived The choosen one Main character Hermione Granger Muggle Born Very Smart Harry’s friend Ron’s love Ron Weasley Harry’s bestfriend Hermione’s love Roonil Wazlib Rubeus Hagrid Hogwarts groundskeeper and Magical creatures teacher Animal lover Albus Dumbledore Hogwarts Headmaster Voldemort’s fear Lord Voldemort Villain Heir of Slytherin Tries to kill Harry […]

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Animal Farm Study Guide

Who owns the manor? Mr. Jones What problem does Jones have? – He is a drunk (alcoholic) – Not enough food on the farm – He treats animals poorly Who is Old Major? boar (pig) Why does Old Major assemble the animals? to share his dream What are the ideals outlined by Old Major that […]

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Social Allegory Lord of the Flies

Ralph Government Jack Power Piggy Technology Simon Humanism

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1984 Part 2

Julia gives Winston a note that says \”I love you.\” the countryside The first meeting of Julia and Winston takes place here. chocolate Julia brings this to their first secret meeting. Julia The person who usually makes the plans to arrange the couple’s secret meetings. Julia 26 year old Winston 39 year old Fiction Department […]

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Animal Farm Study Questions for Chapters 7 and 8

why did the hens have to give up their eggs? Napoleon was selling all of their assets to get money for food (beacause of the failed harvest) to feed the animals how has snowball’s role been changed by the end of chapter 6? Napoleon and Sqealer have together convinced the animals that snowball had been […]

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Chapter 8 and 9 Lord of the Flies

What does ralph say that angers jack? he calls the hunters boys armed with sticks How does Jack express his anger? he criticizes Ralphs way of law and tries to get rid of ralph as a leader with everyones support How does jack respond to his failure to get support from the group? he leaves […]

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Chapter 3 Animal Farm

What role do the pigs play in the harvest? The pigs are in charge of the animals and directed and supervised the animals Why does everyone admire Boxer and what is his motto? What does his motto reflect? Boxer was a hard worker even in Jones’s time, but now he seemed more like three horses […]

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Lord of the flies chapter 2 questions

What rules does Ralph lay down at the assembly? Must hold the conch to speak (if anyone breaks the rules ralph wants to be the one to enforce the punishment) What power does the conch shell give the person who holds it the right to speak What crucial fact does piggy remind the boys of […]

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Animal Farm Chapter 8 Study Guide Questions

How did the 6th commandment change? It originally said, \”No animal shall kill another animal,\” but now it says, \”No animal shall kill another animal without cause.\” Invented titles for Napoleon Leader and Comrade Napoleon. Pig’s titles for Napoleon Father of all Animals, Terror of mankind, protector of the sheep-fold, ducklings friend What was running […]

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Animal Farm Finals Study Guide

Old Major Creator of Animalism, died before revolution started; represents Karl Marx Napoleon Corrupt pig leader who took over, only cared about himself; represents Joseph Stalin Snowball Exiled leader of the pigs after revolution; represents Leon Trotsky Boxer Hard-working horse who dies from Napoleon betraying him because of him no longer working; sent to horse […]

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World Literature (English 4)

\”Subha\” by Rabindranath Tagore Why is the girl’s name ironic? It means \”sweetly speaking,\” and the girl cannot speak. What does the passage reveal about gender roles in Esquivel’s culture? Women work in the kitchen to prepare meals but are humble about their work. Which archetype does Persephone exemplify in this poem? Ingénue \”Women on […]

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The Yellow Wall- Paper

. What is John’s profession? Doctor 2. What is the narrator’s brother’s profession? Lawyer 3. To what physician does John at one point threaten to send the narrator? Weir Mitchell 4. What is the name of the nanny? Mary 5. Who tends to the house? Jane 6. What kind of house are they in? A […]

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Yellow Wallpaper and Story of an Hour Mini-Test

How women with mental conditions were treated in 1890s Prolonged rest and isolation. Doctors assumed women got \”nervous conditions\” because they were naturally weaker than men John and narrator’s relationship Very patriarchial. John is the ruler of the house and does not treat the narrator like an adult/wife but more like a child How John […]

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The Yellow Wallpaper Plot Structure

Exposition The narrator and her husband, John, who is a doctor, comes to stay at at house for the summer; narrator finds this house to be scary, mostly due to her \”temporary nervous depression.\” Rising Action The narrator becomes especially interested in the ugly yellow wallpaper that is in her bedroom; she soon becomes obsessed […]

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Robert Frost IB English Literature A1 Paper 2 Exam Preparation

Youth and the Loss of Innocence Theme. A Boy’s Will solitary youth, explores and questions the world around him e.g. Into My Own Mountain Interval loss of innocence, after WW2 esp., witnessed physical and psychological wounding of youth aging e.g. Birches Acquainted With the Night Out, Out- Self-Knowledge Through Nature Engagement with nature -> growth […]

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Macbeth Key Quotes (Edexcel GCSE English Literature Paper 1)

‘Fair is foul and foul is fair’-The witches To be bad is good-Act1Sc1 (Evil, supernatural) ‘O valiant cousin! Worthy gentleman!’-King Duncan Good, courageous friend-Act1Sc2 (nobility, courage, loyalty, bravery) ‘What are these, so withered and so wild in their attire’-Banquo What are these creatures? They’re so withered-looking and crazily dressed-Act1Sc3 (supernatural) ‘Live you?’-Banquo Are you alive?-Act1Sc3 […]

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"The Yellow Wallpaper" Quotes

\”Stripped off in patches… …at the head of my bed.\” \”…sprawling, flamboyant patterns… …committing every artistic sin.\” \”Dull enough to confuse the eye… …pronounced enough to constantly irritate and provoke study…\” \”…plunges off at outrageous angles, destroys… …in unheard of contradictions.\” \”The color is repellent… …almost revolting; a smoldering unclean yellow…\” \”The pattern is… …torturing.\” […]

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"Lord of the Flies"–Themes, Motifs, and Symbolism

Theme #1 –Civilization vs. Savagery 1. The conflict between two competing impulses that exist within all human beings: the instinct to live by rules, act peacefully, follow moral commands, and value the good of the group against the instinct to gratify one’s immediate desires, act violently to obtain supremacy over others, and enforce one’s will. […]

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Hunger games and animal farm quotes comparison (:exam prep)

Introduction. ‘This paper will compare and contrast ____ and ____’ 1. Both text; ‘Animal farm and ‘The hunger games’ both take place in a dystopian society. 2. Animal farm: A story in which a group of pigs gains power and control over other animals after expelling Mr. Jones, written by George Orwell in 1945. Hunger […]

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