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5.0 out of 5 stars No animal may drink alcohol "to excess", 28 Oct. 2005
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This review is from: Animal Farm (play) (Paperback)
A fairy tale or a nightmare? It all began with a dream by Major, a Middle White boar, of equality, and freedom from oppression. Maybe not in our life comrade, but eventually.
The dream brings a song. Intolerable conditions lead to revolution. As time passes things change; not exactly as planned.
There are two striking parts to this tale that stand out. First when Boxer is sent to the hospital and Benjamin reads the side of the van "Horse Slaughterer." Secondly there was a party in the farm house as the pigs were playing cards with the men, two aces of spades showed up. An argument ensues. Then a realization was drawn by the creatures outside looking in as they "...looked from pig to man, and man to pig, and from pig to man again..."
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Initial post: 5 Jul 2011 22:32:18 BDT
"A fairy tale or a nightmare? It all began with a dream by Major, a Middle White boar, of equality, and freedom from oppression. Maybe not in our life comrade, but eventually.
The dream brings a song. Intolerable conditions lead to revolution. As time passes things change; not exactly as planned."

I really love this description. Would you mind if i used it to describe a theatre production i am planning to do in England in September. Perfect teaser for what happens, and the important factors, but without giving too much away for anyone who doesn't know the story already.
I don't want to steal such beautiful words, may i have them?
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