different situations we experience in life may be of great influence in our personality. it 's clear that a critical moment may change many decisions we could take.
in someway, refering to the book's description of the facts, it's difficult to state how a person could feel commited, or willing to achieve his or her goals in life and to focus on his or her personality development.
the person may lose interest on how he or she is or looks like, or even who he or she is. the main focus is trying to survive, or suffer less, looking forward to eating, dreaming about being free one day.
in this situation is very difficult to think about development. it's rather impossible.
pls include the passage of what it is that you have read so i can answr your question
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at the beginning of chapter two, 'fire on the mountain,' the boys return to the group and tell them what they found. ralph makes some rules, trying to instill order among the group. he says that they will have to take turns talking, and whoever is holding the conch will be the person allowed to talk.