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The three boys sail to the island of Mango, where a missionary has converted some of the population to Christianity. There they once again meet Tararo, whose daughter Avatea wishes to become a Christian against her father's wishes.
The boys attempt to take Avatea in a small boat to a nearby island the chief of which has been converted, but en route they are overtaken by one of Tararo's war canoes and taken prisoner.
They are released a month later after the arrival of another missionary, and Tararo's conversion to Christianity. The " false gods "  of Mango are consigned to the flames, and the boys set sail for home, older and wiser.
All Ballantyne's novels are, in his own words, "adventure stories for young folks", and The Coral Island is no exception. The Coral Island , for all its adventure, is greatly occupied with the realism of domestic fiction the domain of the realist novel ; Ballantyne devotes about a third of the book to descriptions of the boys' living arrangements.
It is not meant for him. Daphne Kutzer has observed that "the swift movement of the story from coastal England to exotic Pacific island is similar to the swift movement from the real world to the fantastic in children's fantasy".
To a modern reader Ballantyne's books can seem overly concerned with accounts of flora and fauna,  an "ethnographic gloss" intended to suggest that their settings are real places offering adventures to those who can reach them.
The major themes of the novel revolve around the influence of Christianity, the importance of social hierarchies, and the inherent superiority of civilised Europeans over the South Sea islanders; Martine Dutheil, professor of English, considers the novel "a key text mapping out colonial relations in the Victorian period".
The supposed civilising influence of missionaries in spreading Christianity among the natives of the South Seas is an important theme of the second half of the story;  as Jack remarks to Peterkin, "all the natives of the South Sea Islands are fierce cannibals, and they have little respect for strangers".
The importance of hierarchy and leadership is also a significant element. The overarching hierarchy of race is informed by Victorian concepts, influenced by the new theories of evolution proposed by Darwin and others.
In morals and culture, the natives are placed lower on the evolutionary ladder than are Europeans, as is evidenced in the battle over the native woman Avatea, which pits "the forces of civilization versus the forces of cannibalism".
Although Jack, Ralph and Peterkin each have a say in how they should organise themselves, ultimately the younger boys defer to Jack,  "a natural leader",  particularly in a crisis, forming a natural hierarchy.
The pirates also have a hierarchy, but one without democracy, and as a consequence are wiped out. The hierarchy of the natives is imposed by savagery.
Ballantyne's message is that leaders should be respected by those they lead, and govern with their consent. Modern critics find darker undertones in the novel.
In an essay published in College English in , Martine Dutheil states that The Coral Island can be thought of as epitomising a move away from "the confidence and optimism of the early Victorian proponents of British imperialism " toward "self-consciousness and anxiety about colonial domination".
She locates this anxiety in what she calls the "rhetoric of excess" that features in the descriptions of cannibalism, and especially in the accounts of Fijian savagery provided by Bloody Bill most notably that of the sacrifice of children to the eel gods and the missionary, a representative of the London Missionary Society , an "emblematic figure of colonial fiction".
The exploration of the relationship between nature and evangelical Christianity is another typically Victorian theme. Download this unique animated screensaver from Vomba, and dive into this magical tropical Windows Mac.
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The third category of reefs consists of atolls , which are like circular barrier reefs but without their central landmass. Finally, there are patch reefs , which have irregular tablelike or pinnacle features.
Smaller patches occur inside atoll lagoons. Larger patches occur as isolated parts of larger developments of any of the other three reef categories.
They sometimes occur completely separate from other kinds of reefs. Coral reef islands occur in association with all categories of reef but especially on reefs whose flat tops are well developed, perhaps a kilometre or more in width.
Reef islands may occur in isolation or in a chain along the length of the reef. Sometimes they take the form of long strips of land occupying most of the length of the central area of a reef top.
There are two completely different kinds of origin of reef islands: uplift and accretion. In the first, part or all of a reef system may become land as a result of crustal movements raising it above sea level e.
The previously submarine reef top becomes a low plateaulike feature, and such islands are typically rocky, with cliffs, and with land surfaces pitted and sculptured by solution weathering karst.
They are often still recognizable as atolls with a lagoon, now much shallower or even completely dry, as an interior basin.
It is only because present sea levels are the highest for many thousands of years that there are no raised reef islands of this kind now. Coral islands created by accretion have developed from rubbly reef rock broken off from the reef by storms and waves and mixed with finer reef detritus.