Lord of the Flies

How does Ralph feel about the cleanliness of the others?

Chapter 7.

Lord of the Flies.

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The cleanliness of the boys, or rather lack of cleanliness, reminds Ralph just how far he they have strayed from responsible society. He fantasizes about what good grooming looks like and thinks that their odds of being rescued gets slimmer as the boys descent further into dirty savages.