RE: Animal Farm Chapter One
- What is the setting for the story?
- What four characteristics are noted about Boxer the horse?
- What comment does Benjamin the donkey make that shows his cynicism and bad temper?
- How does Clover help the other animals at the meeting?
- What does Old Major say is the reason the animals have such miserable lives?
2. What four characteristics are noted about Boxer the horse?
Boxer is described as an enormous animal, which is eighteen hands high. He is a hard worker, respected by all the animals at the farm, as strong as two horses put together. Boxer has a white stripe running down his nose which gave an impression of him not being particularly intelligent; however, he is regarded as reliable and faithful.