What changes do we notice in Ralph’s personality by the beginning of Chapter 5?

What changes do we notice in Ralph’s personality by the beginning of Chapter 5?

What changes do we notice in Ralph’s personality by the beginning of Chapter 5?

What changes do we notice in Ralph’s personality by the beginning of Chapter 5?

In the novel ‘Lord of the Flies’ by William Golding, the author shows us a group of children, including Ralph, who love to be paly and be free particularly in a nice warm tropical white-sanded paradise island with plenty of fish, fruit, coconuts and water to consume. Now, he begins to show us a child turning, perhaps prematurely and unwillingly, into a man. Ralph has changed in becoming objective – he can look at himself from outside – like an adult – and feels like he is looking down on himself from a great height and is harsh on himself. Actually, he is wrong when he says ‘we’ve got to make smoke or die’ in a physical sense for some of the chosen ones, as there’s plenty to eat, but spiritually (and in reality for some)  – yes, he, Piggy and others are in danger.
What changes do we notice in Ralph’s personality by the beginning of Chapter 5?