Which statement best describes the use of satire in this passage? read the passage from chapter 7 of animal farm as clover looked down the hillside her eyes filled with tears. if she could have spoken her thoughts, it would have been to say that this was not what they had aimed at when they had set themselves years ago to work for the overthrow of the human race. these scenes of terror and slaughter were not what they had looked forward to on that night when old major first stirred them to rebellion. if she herself had had any picture of the future, it had been of a society of animals set free from hunger and the whip, all equal, each working according to his capacity, the strong protecting the weak, as she had protected the lost brood of ducklings with her foreleg on the night of major's speech. instead-she did not know why—they had come to a time when no one dared speak his mind, when fierce, growling dogs roamed everywhere, and when you had to watch your comrades torn to pieces after confessing to shocking crimes. there was no thought of rebellion or parody is used to illustrate the impact of stalin's purge. ridicule is used to show the gullibility of the russian citizens. reversal is used to show how clover, representing the people, has changed ideals. personification is used to show the reader stalin's thoughts and feelings
this is the right answer because animal farm was based after Soviet Russia which burdened the citizens because they could not express themselves because every aspect of life in a communist country is under government rule.
C Reversal is used to show how Clover, representing the people, has changed ideals.
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Reversal is used to show how Clover, representing the people, has changed ideals.
In writing, reversal is usually a moment when something can be seen from a different perspective and form a different opinion than the one readers or characters had in the beginning.
In Animal Farm, a novella by George Orwell, the animals represent the people. They kick out the human who owned the farm where they lived and decide to establish a society where all animals are equal and free. Such ideals, however, are destroyed when the pigs, the most intelligent animals, realize that they enjoy being in power and begin to opress the other animals.
The paragraph we are analyzing here shows precisely that: Clover is disappointed by the cruelty of the system they have created. Even though she still believes them to be better off without the humans, her ideals concerning the animal society have changed.
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Ridicule is used to show the gullibility of the Russian citizens
The details that best support the idea that the farm is a symbol for Russia under the rule of the Communist Party would be "these scenes of terror and slaughter" and "come to a time when no one dared speak his mind".
Terror, slaughter and fear were symbols of the Communist Regime. People were tortured, sent to concentration camps, and even killed for having different ideas to the ruling party.
Communism was supposed to be the solution to the hardships people were imposed on by the Zar, just as Old Major described Man's ruling, and Communism, eventually --just as happened with Old Major's dream-- turned out to be the same as or worse than the old regime.
The statements that best support the idea are:
"these scenes of terror and slaughter."
"come to a time when no one dared speak his mind."
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Notice the way that Orwell almost seems to be making fun of Clover. He writes about all these terrible things happening, all these things that would make any logical person want to rebel and...take back their lives. But by then going on, in Clover's mindset, to have her say that she had no thought of rebellion or disobedience, and that she remained faithful in thinking that if she worked hard, all would be all right, THAT is gullibility.