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10th grade english exam
death, hopelessness, and spiritualaridity
a pari of lovers who's relationship is often frowned by outside forces
an elder with wisdom
wise old man
someone who by long study has gains wisdom
a loving and nuturing person
a symbol of force, temptation, and evil
someone who serves his country
the character who represents evil
a person trained to coplete in sports
very protective, cares for his child strongly
a person ingaged in one or more broad spectrums
hero that tries to bring hero out of chaos
the proccess of gathering a crop
mr.jones- the neglectiful ruler
nicholas the II-the neglectiful ruler
old major- wanted all animals to be equal and came up with animalism.
Karl Marx-communist and came up with marxism.
leon troksky-industrialize russia
nepolean-runs of snowball and used the puppies as the secret police and killed anyone who wasn't trustworthy
joseph stalin-runs troksky off and used secret police and killed anyone who disagreed
squealer-used propagandha to back up everything
propagandha-no western newspaper
boxer-the hard worker and was very trustworthy to their master
people who stand for revolution
when was nostalgia used in animal farm?
when molly was missing the sugar cubes that the humans gave her and her ribbons
when was simplification used in animal farm?
when the animals would say,"all humans are the enemy."
when was euphemism used in animal farm?
when they killed animals, but made it seem like it was better for them and when squeler would change the commandments then explain it to the animals to make it sound good.
when was charisma used in animal farm?
when squeler and nepolean gave speeches or explained something.
when was slippery slope used in animal farm?
when napoleon used to say what was gone happen after snoball was gone.
when was name calling used in animal farm?
when napoleon would talk about snowball
an arguement saying that something negative will happen if an event befor it occurs
a portal emotion, homesickness, and yearning for the past
an equivocal word used to deprice a statement of its force or to evade a direct commitment
reducing a complex situation to an easy choice involving good or evil
someone they can trust and who has their interest at heart
often used in wartimes and politics
appeal to emotion
plays on a person's emotions and getting people to follow you by getting them emotional
emotional appealing words like "coke goes better with everything."
makes something bad sound good
a magnetic charm or appeal
when you attack the messenger instead of the factual arguement, because you can't win the arguement
an energetic statement presented as a fact although it's not necessarily true.
to distract your opponent by using a twisted version of their arguement.
negative words that are used to create an unfavorable opinion of the competition in the viewer's mind
the big lie
the idea is that you keep repeating the same lie over and overm until people believe it.
words that attempts to influence the listener or reader by appealing to emotion
diversion (splitting the issue)
any maneuver aimed at getting the listener off of the original subject and focus on another
presenting only the positive facts but not the negative
singling out one person to make them seem like the bad person
helps to promote products by using their reputation
cause vs. correlation
try to convince the consumer that an event is directly caused by something else
the lesser of the two evils
tries to convience us of an idea or proposal by presenting it as the lest offensive.
when the reader knows something about the plot that the characters don't
the use of language to express the opposite of its literal meaning
when people and events come together in situations creating a tension between expected and real situations.
when the author uses an object in or reference to add deeper meaning to a story
when the author tells what the character is like
means the author develops the character through their actions, thoughts, appearance, or other characters reactions