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Snowball has finally been found! He was kicked out of Animal Farm by Napoleon, and has been hiding ever since. There has been many rumors going about, and it’s time to find out the real truth with an interview with Snowball.
INTERVIEW: Snowball – Reporter
Reporter: Snowball! How are you?
Snowball: I am well.
Reporter: That’s very good to hear! Where have you been for so long?
Snowball: A few farms, here and there.
Reporter: Splendid. Where did you go after you were expelled from Animal Farm?
Snowball: Well, I first went to Pilkington farm, and I stayed there for about a week. I mainly kept to myself, the other animals weren’t very talkative, or either helpful. Then I found two other farms, which went by the names of Maywood and Forest Valley. They were nice farms, very clean, just not very talkative. I told them about (pause) being kicked out of Animal Farm (sigh) by Napoleon. They were very sympathetic, but didn’t offer any source of help. After being on those three farms, I then just wandered around. I slept in fields and grass, and ate a lot of grass and hay and leaves. It was (pause) interesting.
Reporter: Well, I’m sorry those farms weren’t very helpful. How did you feel when you were executed?
Snowball: I felt the same way anyone else would feel, upset! I had done nothing wrong to anyone, and Napoleon just kicks me out. It’s upsetting, and it makes me very mad. I’m not very fond of him at all. Oh and the lies he told. I did indeed hear about them, and well, they’re quite outrageous! I would never commit such things. It was an honor to be there, and I would never do anything to upset any of the other animals. Napoleon (sigh), he is something.
Reporter: You’re quite upset, I see. So you believe Napoleon is a liar?
Snowball: Of course he is! He is much more than that. He is a deceiver, trader. Enemy.
Reporter: I understand what you’re getting at. You’ve got quite a lot of grief there for him. So you say you’ve...