Lord of the Flies - Study Guide Chapter 7, Shadows and Tall Trees Summary & Analysis

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The group stops to eat on the way back to the mountain. Ralph picks a route back that he thinks might be quicker. As they walk, one of the hunters finds fresh evidence of pigs. Jack decides they should hunt as they walk. Ralph finds himself daydreaming as he walks until he hears the call of the hunters. They have found a group of pigs. The pigs get away, but the excited hunters surround one of the boys and begin teasing and beating him. They move on. As darkness approaches, Ralph and Jack argue over whether they should go back to camp or go up on the mountain. Jack accuses Ralph of being frightened when they reach the mountain, and Ralph hesitates to continue to where the beast was spotted. However, Jack is just as frightened when they see the object bowing in front...

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