Complication: Some facts are mentioned . These facts make the conflict stronger. The conflict is inside Mr Jekyll: the struggle between good and evil. He does his best not to reveal that Mr Jekyll and Mr Hyde are the same person. However, in the summary there are events that corner Mr Jekyll: the lawyer's argument, Mr Hyde's murder and the lawyer's cooperation with the police.
Theme: The fact that good and evil can be part of the same person. Mr Jekyll's is unseasy. He has an inner struggle but he goes on . There is another theme: loyalty to high class members and their reputation. Mr Utterson must break his loyalty to Dr Jekyll and give information about his friend, Mr Hyde, to the police.
Huts on the Beach. Jack, alone on a pig hunt, has clearly learned some tracking techniques. Frustrated that his day's hunt has ended yet again without a kill, he returns from the jungle to the area where Ralph and Simon work on building shelters.
In Huts on the Beach, chapter three of Lord of the Flies, Jack continues to single-mindedly search for a pig to kill. Meanwhile, Ralph is struggling to build shelters while all the other children except for Simon ran off to play. The chapter ends when he disappears into the hut without explaining what he is doing.
Nick finally receives an invitation to one of Gatsby's parties. He is very impressed that he is one of the few people at the party to have been formally invited. He learns that most people simply arrive at Gatsby's house, expecting there to be a party inprogress.
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That night when Léonce returns from Klein's hotel, cheerful and talkative, Edna is already asleep. His entrance wakes her and he tries to elicit responses to his gossip despite her sleepiness.
The answers to your question are,
All of the above, it includes complication, conflict, climax, resolution, and theme.
Chapter 3 speaks about the loneliness that the boy felt from consecutive experiences of pain, the loss of his dog and his father. His mother felt the same way, but she refrained and chose not to say anything as she still have work to do. She must support the family, especially now that she's alone. In the end, the family's hopes continued to deplete: Sounder hadn't returned and no good came of his mother returning the stolen goods. The boy had never felt so lost and lonely.
Chapter 4 then talks about the cruelty and injustice of the family's situation.