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Because they were deciding how to go about hunting and making the fort, going back to camp or going up to the mountain

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I am guessing that you are referring to the passage about the rock in the sea when Ralph, Jack and Simon set out to climb the mounttain, in chapter one, to determine whether they are on an island or not. To quote from the book... There was a jumble of the usual squareness, with one great block sitting out in the lagoon. Sea birds were nesting there. "Like icing," said Ralph, "on a pink cake." <---wrong he means chapter 6


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