The quote is -"There was a throb and stamp of a single organism."- in the chapter titled "A View to a Death." Can someone explain the quote please?
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At this point Ralph is once again challenging Jack's authority, Unfortunately all the cards are stacked against Ralph. A storm is brewing and to deflect the boys' fears, Jack orders them to dance around the fire. This communal spectacle of savagery gives the boys a sense of security. It also turns the boys into one primal organism unfettered by the old social (and British) ideas of civility.
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