Lord of the Flies

Chapter 6

how do jack and Ralph differ in their actions as they climb the new hill and into the rock fortress?

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Ralph sees the impracticality of Castle Rock compared with Jack who sees it as an awsome fortrace.  Ralph says it is "...a rotten place". There is no fresh water, no fuel for fire, and no coral. Jack likes the vantage point over the island. Jack likes the power Castle Rock would give him.