Quotes From George Orwell's Animal Farm

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Alex: once upon a time a very poor woodcutter lived in a tiny cottage in the forest with his two useless children, Handsome and Regretel. His third wife hated the children and was forever nagging the woodcutter. (Ayush and Adam enter stage left) Ayush: there is not enough food in this house for us all. There are too many mouths to feed! We must get rid of these two idiotic brats! Alex: and she kept trying to persuade him to leave his two children in the forest. Ayush: take them miles away from home, so far that they can never find their way back! Maybe someone will find them and give those two idiots a home. Adam: what if they don’t find a home? Ayush: well then they won’t! Alex: the woodcutter didn’t know what to do. That evening Handsome had overheard his parent’s conversation and comforted Regretel. …show more content…

If they leave us in the forest, we will find our way home. Alex: Handsome ran out the house and filled his pockets and suitcase with white pebbles. All night long the woodcutter’s wife pestered on and on at her husband 'til, at dawn, (Adam enters stage right) he led Handsome and Regretel into the forest. But as they went into the depths of the trees, Handsome dropped a white pebble here and there on the mossy ground. At a certain point, the wood cutter mumbled an excuse for needing to go to the toilet and was gone. (Adam exits stage left) Night fell, but the woodcutter did not return. Regretel began to sob bitterly. Handsome felt scared but he tried to hide his feelings to comfort his sister. Tyson: do not cry my dear sister, trust me! I swear, I will take you home, even if father does not come back for

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