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What does Orwell most likely mean when he writes that Clover and the other animals sang "Beasts of England very tunefully, but slowly and mournfully, in a way they never had before?"

A

They are saddened by the recent loss of their comrades at hands of other animals.

B

They are struggling to maintain hope amidst the reduced rations and general hunger.

C

They are struck by the difference between the hopeful future the song speaks of and the dismal present they are now experiencing.

D

They can't muster the energy to sing a song of the rebellion because they are questioning everything about Animalism.

E

All of the above