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Dialogue of Animal Farm
Voice in off: Today the following guests are having lunch with Juan Hurtig.. Mr. Jones the owner of the farm, and Napoleon, de leader of the animals.
Interviewer: How areyou, Mr. Jones?
Mr. Jones: Fine fine and you?
Interviewer: Very well, and you Napoleon?
Napoleon: Fine, I’m very happy now.
Interviewer: Well Mr. Jones, how did you feel when the animals revel?Mr. Jones: It was horrible. It is very sat to lose the farm where you work all your life.
Interviewer: (interrupts) Sorry, but the animal said that you didn’t feed them.
Mr. Jones: That is a lie, itis not true. I always fed the animal! Only ones I forgot to feed them..
Interviewer: (interrupts) Is it true that you forgot to feed the animal because you were drunk?
Mr. Jones: No, that is anotherlie. I insist, I only forgot to feed them one day because I was so tired that I went to sleep early.
Interviewer: Well, another question. Did you have a good relationship with the animals?
Mr.Jones: Oh yes, I had a perfect relationship with the animal. We were friends, and we worked all day together.
(Napoleon and Mr. Jones start quarreling)
Interviewer: Stop, stop please!! Napoleon, pleaseenough. Is it true? Were you really friends?
Napoleon: No!! It is a big lie! We were not friends, he treated us bad and he didn’t give us food.
Interviewer: How do you and the animal organize on thefarm.
Napoleon: Well, we have seven commandment:
1. Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.
2. Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend.
3. No animal shall wear clothes.
4. Noanimal shall sleep in a bed.
5. No animal shall drink alcohol.
6. No animal shall kill any other animal.
7. All animals are equal."
Mr. Jones: Sorry Juan, I want to say that animals are not equal,because he sleeps in a bed and one commandment saids that they can’t sleep in beds. They also use the dogs to attack other animals.
Interviewer: Well, I have another question Napoleon. Did you feel...