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(all of whom are aged between about six and fourteen) towards a reasonably civilised and co-operative society. The other complicating factor is that Goldings. This idea finds representation in the sow's head, and eventually stands as the moral conclusion of the novel. There are several problems with Piggy and Ralph's plan to build the fire on the beach. Ralph and Jack have become bitter rivals on the island.
Simon sees that boys are mostly in Jacks camp reducing Added Sugars at Castle Rock, so he heads here to reveal them the truth about the beast. This decision essentially symbolizes the boys surrender to the mysterious nature of the island and the. Ralph goes to climb the Castle Rock by himself, Jack follows some minutes later. A huge fire lighted by the tribe had at last fulfilled an essential function the grownups finally arrive to rescue the children. Goldings intricate allegories and simplistic manner of speaking about bloodcurdling events make this book a representation of moral lessons that humankind still has to learn. Ralph is the elected chief of the boys and is a proponent of civilization.