The Spire: How does Golding show the contrast between the world of faith and the real world in chapter 2?
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This gap is symbolic as it almost appears as a hole in the cathedrals tranquillity, allowing the unholy and boisterous real world to enter. Golding conveys this using the worker singing profanities when he "paid no attention, but marched through the gap in the wall". We see the effect of the hole, the intrusion of the outside world, has upon the workings of the cathedral and its inhabitants...
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We see the effect of the hole, the intrusion of the outside world, has upon the workings of the cathedral and its inhabitants. Golding presents us with a vision of chaos and confusion "the benches were in disorder, one lying on its side" and the breakdown of the usual proceedings (such as there being candles on the altar etc...
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