Lord of the Flies

(CHAPTER 12) 'No smoke; no fire; no rescue' (p. 227) How does Golding present the relationship between Ralph and Jack at this point in the novel?

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Ralph is more frustrated with the boys than he has ever been. He understands, at this point, that the boys might kill each other if they are not rescued. The fire is their only hope and Ralph attempts yet gain to bring this point home.