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CHAPTER 4-6 In the previous chapters of the book a theme of fear on the island had emerged to become one of the biggest problems on the island As one would foresee from chapter sixs ending chapter seven was built upon the fact that most of the boys were making immense efforts towards the motive of finding and destroying the root cause of this fear However during this search the boys had repeatedly gotten their attention diverted to other matters Many of these were significantly less relevant to their hunt and even less relating to their leaders main intention of everybody surviving unharmed and safe While travelling towards the mountain where they thought the beast lay the boys stopped to eat some fruits During this time Ralph pondered about what he and the boys had turned into and what spiteful habits had become their usual routine Prior to this only Piggy and Simon had indulged in such deep and contrastive thoughts about their past and present When Ralph did the same it showed that these three shared many common beliefs about what should or shouldnt happen on the island Later when Simon saw Ralph staring out to sea he comforted Ralph by saying that Ralph would go back to where he came from As surprising as it was to Ralph I was also amazed by Simons ability of interpreting what Ralph was thinking Unexpectedly Ralph called Simon crazy for being so sure However by looking at the fact that they both smiled at each after their short conversation one can interpret that they both really did have faith in being rescued While hunting the boys found warm pig droppings that Jack interpreted as the sign of a close-by pig which could be easily hunted Jack then repeatedly smelled the droppings with the impression that he had started to like the filth Ralph usually
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