Animal Fairm [Animal Farm in Scots] : Illustratit Edition
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AW ANIMALS ARE EQUAL BUT SOME ANIMALS ARE MAIR EQUAL THAN ITHERS
It didnae seem unco when NapoleonÂ wis seen daunderin aboot the fairmhooseÂ gairden wi a pipe in his mooth...
Frae the instant o its first publication ower seeventy year syne, Animal Fairm, in mony weys, has come tae be oor socio-political urtext - oor wan-singer-wan-sang, oor collective pairty piece, the script we're doomed tae keep repeatin...
George Orwell's faur-kent novel Animal Fairm, yin o Time magazine's 100 brawest English-leid novels o aw time,Â has been translatit intae Scots for the verra first time by Thomas Clark.Â
When the animals o Manor Fairm cast aff thirldom an tak control frae Mr Jones, they hae howps for a life o freedom an equality. But when the pigs Napoleon and Snawbaw rise tae pouer, the ither animals find oot that they're mebbe no aw as equal as they'd aince thocht. A tragic political allegory described by Orwell as bein 'the history o a revolution that went wrang', this buik is as relevant noo - if no mair sae - as when it wis first set oot.