1. How does Ralph react when a boar comes charging down the path?Ready to kill, So happy to do it but he miss it2. To what does Ralph's demonstration of his hunting prowess lead?He ready to hunt a meat but he felt that he need to be chief 3. What did the boys see on the mountaintop?4. Why is the action of the story increasingly taking place in the near darkness or in the deep night when only the moon and stars give a little light?5. How does Ralph's lack of confidence in himself show in his words and actions?6. Although he is not able to get the boys to vote Ralph out of office as chief, Jack manages to overthrow Ralph's authority anyway. How?7. Jack suggests a way to keep the beast happy. What is it?8. Describe Simon's strange encounter with the Lord of the Flies.9. Who or what is the Lord of the Flies?
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Answered by jill d #170087
The boys see the beast on the mountaintop. In actuality, the beast was a dead parachutist hanging in the trees.
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Lord of the Flies