The novel Lord of the Flies.
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Ralph tries hard to establish some kind of working order. He truly is respectful of most of the boys. To be fair to Ralph, he spent most of the time trying to prevent Jack from turning their island into a living hell. Most of the boys did not want to invest energy into Ralph's ideas (like shelters or signal fire). Ralph is not forceful by nature and could not manipulate like Jack could. Although Ralph is a good leader, Jack is more effective. Jack is naturally aggressive. Ralph has gentleness about him even though he is one of the largest kids on the island. Initially most of the boys are attracted to Ralph's gentle manner but eventually reject him for Jack's aggressiveness.