The Spire Both Jocelin and Roger Mason are responsible for Pangall's death because they ignore the warning signs for their own purposes. Is this an accurate assessment of the situation?

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He crept close in Jocelin's shadow. His dusty thatch, his brown and dung-coloured and dust was six inches below Jocelin's face, and leaning inward" Pg. 20 which leaves him open to exploitation by the other characters in the novel. Jocelin had a number of different influences and motives which conspired to prevent him providing sufficient support to Pangall...
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Firstly there was the huge flaw in his character, which Golding deliberately included as to make him incapable of understanding what Pangall was experiencing. Though he considered himself filled with Christian charity and to be doing "gods work" Jocelin never realised his actions: "He looked down on them, loving them in his joy" Pg...
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