Animal Farm by George Orwell

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We're reading Animal Farm by George Orwell, and I have a worksheet for ch. 8 to go along with it. There are two questions I don't understand, however -- can someone help me? Thanks! :)

2. Squealer's Sunday morning revelation of the increased production figures is a good example of what?

--- I didn't know it was THAT important to be related to something... ^_^


6. What vice have the pigs now adopted? This is against what commandment?

--- I know in this chapter they change the rule about alcohol consumption by the animals (Fifth Commandment), but these questions are in order by the chapter, and the next question after this one is about Squealer announcing Napoleon's impending death, even though the broken Fifth Commandment comes later in the chapter.

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