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What is Golding referring to when he writes that "once more that evening Ralph had to adjust his values"?
Ralph needs to reconsider the importance of the signal fire.
Ralph begins to admire Piggy's ability to think logically and rationally.
Ralph understands and begins to respect Jack for his leadership skills.
Ralph rethinks the relative importance of food, shelter and rescue.
Ralph sees for the first time the important role that Simon plays within the group.