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Why Does Simons Death Occur What Effect Does It Have On The Others And Why Is It Important The lead up to Simons death begins with the splitting of the tribe Some stayed with Ralph the more responsible and humane but also the original leader and some left their leader to join Jack the hunter a savage boy who was only interested in his hunting not in being rescued however was at the beginning a more natural leader Simons death began with a huge tropical storm Ralph taunted Jack by talking about the shelters Going to be a storm said Ralph and youll have rain like when we dropped here Whos clever now Where are your shelters What are you going to do about that This was said hastily as the thing that happened next everyone joined in with this was the savage movement that caused Simons death and it had nothing to do with Ralphs shelters Jack ran down the beach with everybody following as his group of hunters began a circling dance As more and more people joined in the circling movements developed a hypnotising chant lethal and steady getting louder and louder A chant cold enough to chill the blood Kill the beast Cut his throat Spill his blood The movements began to get in time with the chant like a regular pulse It was as if the children chanting were one body in time and doing the same thing Lightening flashed across the sky like a blue-white scar and terror rose among the littleuns The chant became urgent as Kill the beast Cut his throat Spill his blood floated around the island All of a sudden the circle split and the littleuns ran of screaming as the circle became a horseshoe Some thing was crawling from the edge of the trees It crawled uncertainly into the horseshoe as it closed around him Simon was crying out about a man on
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