efficacy epitaph excrescence omnipotent prodigious restorative vivacious First Vocab discordant pluralistic interwoven diversity GE Questions Review Pip’s description of his convict in Ch. 1. Why did Joe marry Mrs. Joe? Why did Sarah Pocket and the others visit Miss Havisham in Ch. 11? Why do Joe and Orlick fist fight? Who is Pip’s guardian? Who is Pip's tutor? Who moves into the forge in Ch. 16? What does Pumblechook do over and over again to Pip in Ch. 19? What is the name of Jaggers' double-sided main clerk? Who was the one person who told Havisham the truth about her fiancé? Why is Mrs. Pocket disappointed in the person she married? What are the "instruments of self destruction" Pip describes in Ch. 23? Who does Pip compare to one of the witches from Macbeth? In Ch. 29, Estella warns Pip that she doesn’t have something. What is it? What is the name of Magwitch’s archenemy he fought in the ditch? What is the name of the man who broke Miss Havisham's heart? Who delivers young Estella to Satis House? Who is Estella's father? When Dickens visited America, what issues did he speak out against? Essay Hints (what if) the animals rebelled against Napoleon in AF’s final chapter Pip’s reaction to (and treatment of) Magwitch in GE comparing a theme in AF and GE diction imagery syntax tone weaving SAT Vocab amity annals belligerent chivalry demoralize devout dexterity epic eradicate hereditary inconspicuous inflammations intact manifest meander medieval negotiate potion recede sovereign GE Quotes "highly ornamental, but perfectly helpless and useless" “zealous and honorable in fulfilling his compact with me” “not personal; it's professional: only professional” “thieves and thieftakers hung in dread rapture on his words” “a good fellow, with impetuosity and hesitation … curiously mixed” “with that, he looked back, and nodded at this dead plant” “we have no choice, you and I, but to obey our instructions.” GE Vocab abject adamantine affinity affront aghast assail banns beneficent bile chaste conciliatory consternation cravat depreciatory descry AF Questions What is the name of the farmer who is overthrown? Which character from Animal Farm never laughs? Which character symbolizes Karl Marx, the father of Communism? Which pig is such a brilliant talker with skills in persuasion? What is the name of the system of thought given to Old Major's teachings? Which two animals are always arguing in the early chapters of the novel? Why is Boxer upset after defeating the humans at the Battle of Cowshed? Be familiar with both of Boxer’s personal mottos. What reason does Napoleon give for the need to trade with the humans? Which animal believes that life will always go “badly” no matter what? Why do the humans on other farms start calling Animal Farm by its new name? In Ch. 8, what has been added to Napoleon's name? Be familiar with the events surrounding the destructions of both windmills. What new discovery do the pigs make in Ch. 8? What new ration has been given to the pigs in Ch. 9? Why are humans on the farm in the last chapter? What do the lower animals realize about the pigs at the end of the story? Have a basic understanding of the 7 Commandments and how they change. Know what Napoleon carries in his trotter in the final chapter, Know George Orwell’s real name and his political beliefs. Know the communist leader who was expelled from the country. AF Vocab abolish apathy benevolent blithely brood colleagues confer contemptible cryptic degrades devotee din dole elixir ensue expectorate falter fortnight gambol gluttony homily ignominious imperious imperishable malignant nimble poultice solicitor Misc Terms adjective noun verb metaphor simile personification allusion alliteration parenthetical citation onomatopoeia hyperbole slogan appeal to fears loaded words * During your exam, you may use a copy of GE, AF, and as many sheets of handwritten notes as you like. * All multiple choice answers will be recorded on your Scantron sheet. * The essays must be on sheets of your own notebook paper.
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