George Orwell's Animal Farm

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Nick Hern Books, 2004 - Drama - 34 pages

George Orwell's 1945 satire on the perils of Stalinism has proved magnificently long-lived as a parable about totalitarianism anywhere--and has given the world at least one immortal phrase: "Everyone is equal, but some are more equal than others."This new dramatization sticks very closely to the book, and the production has toured all over England, Scotland, Wales and Romania in Orwell's centenary year. "Dare I say it . . . as good as the book."--Guardian

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This is a very well written book, I love it.
it is never boring and interesting all thorough.
As I read a page, I will keep reading it and not stop because I get carried away so I read this all in
no time at all.
It relates to real life and I think the sentence that made me want to read more is when major said "whatever goes upon 2 feet is an enemy." that made it interesting because I wanted to find out what the animals will do to man and it said that "man is the only enemy we have"
This also reminds me of the word "DYSTOPIA"

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I think that this is a fantastic book

About the author (2004)

Orwell (1903-50) is the author of, among others, The Road to Wigar Pier, Homage to Catalonia, 1984 and Animal Farm.

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