Maintain a double-entry journal as you read Animal Farm. A sample has been done
for you. Create at least ten more entries. Your last entry must come from the last
eight pages of the novel. Create a works cited page so the instructor can find the
passages you have indicated in the correct edition. DUE THE THIRD DAY OF
Chapter and Page Quote the Passage Reader’s Response
"Now, comrades, what is the nature Moses’ statement makes me
of this life of ours? Let us face it: sympathetic to animals, inclined to be
1 our lives are miserable, laborious, vegetarian. On a larger scale, what
and short. We are born, we are given he’s saying kind of applies to working
just so much food as will keep the class and poor people everywhere.
breath in our bodies, and those of us Maybe they’re not literally
who are capable of it are forced to slaughtered, but they are oppressed
work to the last atom of our strength; in the ways Moses describes.
and the very instant that our
usefulness has come to an end we
slaughtered with hideous cruelty. No
animal in England knows the
of happiness or leisure after he is a
year old. No animal in England is
free. The life of an animal is misery
and slavery: that is the plain truth.