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Choose the letter of the correct answer to each of the following questions. ________ 35
From your reading of: Animal Farm
1.This pig is used as a propaganda machine by Napoleon...
a. Snowball
b. Minimus
c. Squealer
d. Sheep

2.Boxer is sold to the Knackers for what reason? a. He is too young to retire
b. He is rebelling against Napoleon
c. He is hurt and can no longer work
d. The farm needed the money

3.By the end of the novel, the final Commandment states...
a. All animals are equal except the pigs
b.Some animals are more equal than others
c.No animal may rebel against another
d. Four legs good, 2 legs bad

4.Indentify the speaker: "If comrade Napoleon says it, it must be right."
a. Mollie
b. Clover
c. Boxer
d. Squealer

5.Identify the speaker: "Surely comrades you do not want Mr. Jones back?" a. Squealer b. Clover c. Muriel d. Sheep

6.Identify the speaker: "Four legs good, two legs bad."
a. The sheep
b. The geese
c. The chickens
d. The hens

7. What words were added to the end of this commandment? "No animal shall sleep in a bed..."
a. With pajamas
b. In the house
c. With sheets
d. With another animal

8.What words were added to the end of this commandment? "No animal shall drink alcohol..."
a. To excess
b. In the house
c. In a glass
d. With Mr. Jones

9.How is Napoleon double-crossed by Frederick?
a. He refuses to send help when Jones attacks
b. He pays for the timber with fake money
c. He cheats Napoleon at a card game
d. He allows Snowball to hide on his farm

10. The pigs convert Old Major's system of thought into a belief system called?
a.Animalism
b..Communism
c. Marxism
d. Socialism

11.Which class of creatures stages its own small-scale rebellion against the pigs?
a. the hens
b. the wild rats and rabbits
c. the cows
d. the sheep

12.Which of the following is not a slogan in Animal Farm?
a. "Four legs good, two legs better"
b. "All animals are equal / But some animals are more equal than others"
c. "War is peace / Freedom is Slavery / Ignorance is Strength"
d. "Long live Comrade Napoleon"

13.The pigs break all of the Seven Commandments EXCEPT
a. "All animals are equal"
b. they break all of them
c. "Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy"
d. "No animal shall drink alcohol"

14.What character in Animal Farm represents Trotsky? a. Boxer b. Napoleon c.Snowball d. Squealer

15.What character adopts the personal maxim, "I will work harder"? a. Clover b. Benjamin c. Boxer d. Snowball

From your reading of: King Lear
16.Edmund is going to betray Gloucester to whom?
a. The King
b. The Earl
c. The knights
d. The Duke (OF CORNWALL)
17.Who gives Edmund the office of Earl of Gloucester?
a. The Duke of Cornwall
b. The Duke of Albany
c. The Duke of Burgundy
d. Goneril and Regan

18.Kent tells the gentleman of a coming conflict between Albany and Cornwall and asks the gentleman to take the report to where?
a. France
b. Dover
c. London
d. Camelot
19.A servant draws his sword on Cornwall because of what action? a. Because Cornwall stabbed Gloucester b. Because Cornwall accused Gloucester of being a traitor c. Because Cornwall gouged out one of Gloucester's eyes d. Because Cornwall tied Gloucester to a chair

20.Who says: "Unhappy that I am, I cannot heave my heart into my mouth"?
a. Edgar
b. Cordelia
c. Kent
d. Gloucester
21. Who are Cordelia's two suitors?
a. The Duke of Cornwall and the King of France
b. The Duke of Burgundy and the King of France
c. The Dukes of York and Cornwall
d. The Dukes of Cornwall and Albany
22.Who is Lear referring to when he says: "Unaccommodated man is no more but such a poor bare, forked animal as thou art"?
a. Gloucester, after his eyes have been gouged out
b. Edgar, in his disguise as Tom O'Bedlam
c. The Fool, whose clothing has been lashed by the storm
d. Himself

23.The Earl of Gloucester has two sons, Edgar and Edmund. What is unusual about the younger?
a. he is insane
b. he has a limp
c. he is illegitimate
d. he is blind

24.What did Edmund “supposedly” find "thrown in at his casement"?
a.Nothing
b.Book
c. Letter
d. Weapon

25.Who gave the order to shut the doors of Gloucester's castle after Lear's dramatic departure?
a. Cornwall
b. Regan
c. Gonerill
d. Gloucester

26.How does Lear describe Poor Tom whom he meets in the hovel?
a. Lunatic
b. Teacher
c. Beggar
d. Philosopher

27.Who told Cornwall about Gloucester's letter?
a. Edmond
b. Oswald
c. Regan
d. Gonerill

28.This letter carrier for Goneril is slain by Edgar when he attacks Gloucester.
a. Oswald
b. Kent
c. Harold
d. Cornwall

29.Which daughter of King Lear is poisoned by her own sister?
a. Regan
b. Elizabeth
c. Cordelia
d. Gonerill

30.Whose idea is it to put Kent/Caius in the stocks?
a. Curan
b. Gonerill
c. The fool
d. Cornwall

From your reading of:
From the box below, Choose which speaker spoke each of the following quotes:
A. France B. Fool C. Gonerill D. Regan E. Lear F. Edmond

31.__GONERIL___ "Sir, I love you more than words can wield the matter; Dearer than eye-sight, space, and liberty"?
32.__LEAR___"Nothing will come of nothing: speak again."
33.___FRANCE__ "Fairest Cordelia, that art most rich, being poor;Most choice, forsaken; and most loved, despised!"
34. __EDMOND___ "I grow, I prosper;Now, gods, stand up for bastards!"
35. __FOOL___ "Have more than thou showest,Speak less than thou knowest,Lend less than thou owest."

________ 15
Use the word bank to match the words to their corresponding definitions.
Word Bank:
A. Germens B. Parricides C. Sustain D. Frugal E. Miscreant
F. Articulate G. Intermediary H. Raiment I. Procured J. I’th’mire
K. Inebriate L. Unpossessing M. Courtesan N. Consort O. Quicken
P. Sojourn Q. Mortified R. Ratified S. Latched T. Sway
U. Perforce V. Boarish W. Abated X. Dialect Y. Five wits
1. Help SUSTAIN _____
2. Senses/Intelligence FIVE WITS _____
3. Come to life QUICKEN _____
4. Manner of speaking DIALECT _____
5. Pig-like BOARISH _____
6. Control/influence SWAY ._____
7. Approved RATIFIED _____
8. Stay SOJOURN _____
9. Company CONSORT _____
10. Land-less .UNPOSSESSING _____
11. In the bog I’TH’MIRE _____
12. Clothes RAIMENT _____
13. Put thoughts into words ARTICULATE _____
14. Not wasteful/ thrifty FRUGAL _____
15. Father killers PARRICIDES _____

True or False: Decide whether each of the following statements is True (T) or False (F) ________ 10
1. ___TRUE__ Napoleon used the nine young dogs as a military threat.
2. ___FALSE__The pigs were fair leaders who created a better life for the other animals on the farm.
3. __FALSE___The pigs represented the working class of communist Russia.
4. __TRUE___Napoleon abolished the singing of the "Beasts of England" because it gave the animals revolutionary ideas.
5. ___FALSE__Kent assumed the name Curan so that he could serve Lear?
6. __TRUE___When Lear runs into Edmund’s brother, Edgar, he is disguised as a naked, crazy homeless person.
7. __TRUE___ Cornwall plucks Gloucester’s eye out with his bare hand.
8. ___TRUE__When Lear mistakenly believes that Cordelia is disloyal, he orders her out of his sight.
9. ___TRUE__The play opens with a test of virtue.
10. ___FALSE__Gonerill wants to marry Edmond because her husband was killed. _______ 10
Identify each example with its given literary device.
From: Animal Farm (who is who?)
1. __BOXER___ Naive working class A. Squealer
2. __DOGS___ KGB: Stalin's secret police B. Old Major
3. ___SQUEALER__ Lenin's Propaganda Department C. Boxer
4. __OLD MAJOR___ Lenin/Marx D. Napoleon
5. __NAPOLEON___ Stalin: Lenin's successor E. Dogs

From: King Lear (Put each event in the order it occurred in the play)
6 . _____ One of his own servants turns against Cornwall, mortally wounding him. A. 1
7. _____ Kent trips Oswald for speaking back to the king. B. 2
8._____Gonerill sends a letter to Regan regarding her father’s knights C. 3
9. ____ King lear is taken to Dover. D. 4
10. __1__ Edmond cuts himself and blames it on Edgar. E. 5 ________ 10
Answer all the following questions in complete in English sentences
1. Why is Animal Farm considered to be an allegory?
2. How did Napoleon fool Whymper into believing the farm had plenty of food?
3. Which of King Lear's daughters turns him out of her house first and why?
4. Why does Lear want to divide up his kingdom among his children? What happens as a result?
5. Why is Edmund considered an "illegitimate" son? How does his position as a "bastard" impact his social position in the play?
.
________ 20
Choose two of the following four questions only:
1. In Animal Farm, Squealer is the propagandist. Using at least three scenes, show how his ability to use language well affects the events in the novel.
2. Find parallels between Animal farm and events in any totalitarian country. Point out and explain these parallels.
3. How does Lear's experience on the heath profoundly change both Lear andtheaudience's attitude to Lear in THREE ways?
4. Analyze the relationship between madness and blindness in the play.
5. How does King Lear's reference to the "poor naked wretches" out in the storm reveal he has changed?

Interpret the following quote:
“That sir which serves and seeks for gain, and follows but for form,
Will pack when it begins to rain, and leave thee in the storm.”

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........................................................................................ 29 6.2.9 The Sequential Mood ...................................................................................................................................29 Bibliography .................................................................................................................................................. 29 IGBO DICTIONARY ..................................................................................................................................... 1 Abbreviations: Parts of speech of headwords have been indicated in this edition as follows adj. aux. v. cf. coll. conj. dem. E. enc. esp. ext. suff. H. infl. suff. int. int. lit. n. num. p.n. prep. pron. poss. quant. usu. v. Y. adjective auxiliary verb compare colloquial conjunction demonstrative English enclitic especially extensional suffix Hausa inflectional suffix interjection interrogative literally noun numeral proper name preposition pronoun possessive pronoun quantifier usually verb Yoruba derived from Igbo Dictionary: KayWilliamson. Draft of Edition II Editor’s Preface The present Igbo dictionary is a much revised and expanded version of the Igbo dictionary published by Kay Williamson, Ethiope Press, Benin City in 1972. Professor Williamson died in early January 2005, with it still unpublished. The revision was prepared in the 1970s and 1980s and was typed camera-ready in a manuscript submitted to...

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