After Ralph wounds the pig with the spear, the boys begin to re-enact the scene, with Robert as the "pig". When the "game" loses its "playfulness", what might Golding be foreshadowing?
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Answered by Aslan
Robert begins to cry in pain and panic from the boys' "game". Robert is very close to being seriously hurt before the reenactment finally stops. I think this foreshadows the jump from killing pigs to killing other boys on the island.