Animal Farm

describe the living conditions of both the pigs and the rest of the animals in these two chapters.

Both 8 and 9

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The living conditions for select pigs becomes little different from how humans live. They sleep in beds and live in houses. Boxer and the other animals work feverishly to complete their tasks, which now include building the schoolhouse for the young pigs. The other animals including Boxer share their same old stalls now shabby from lack of attention. While the pigs generally eat like humans, the other animals barely survive.