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Why is it that when people are placed in situations where sanity and reason are the keys to survival people go crazy and end up ruining their chances to live All that they needed to ensure a chance for their rescue was the fire I dont see what is so hard about that The fire gives off smoke they then see the smoke as a signal showing inhabitants on the island then passers-by will go and search for them Plain and simple Why did you require us to read this book I can think of one reason being that no matter how old you are morals and law are necessary for survival Yet I still believe that this book despite its strong message was weak and uninterestingWhat was so great about hunting This obsession with hunting was what baffled me the most throughout this book I honestly dont see what was so great about it and why they let it interrupt their responsibilities If they had not been distracted with hunting and just tended to the fire like they were supposed to its possible that could have been rescued earlier on in the bookKill the pig Cut his throat Kill the pig Bash him in Chap 7 pg 114 This line shows that they have pretty much lost it by now It describes their loss of hope for rescue and that they have developed a superiority complex The rush they get from ending a life has made them go insane and clouded their judgement As the book goes on and they say this line more often wackiness followsComing Chap 7 pg 119 Although Ralph was a good leader and had good intentions he was still somewhat passive because he always gave in to whatever Jack said He would let Jack walk all over him which was a factor in the biguns leaving his group and joining Jacks chaotic tribeNo Theyre not as bad as that
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