Table of Contents
- 1 When Jack yells got it what does Ralph think might have caused jacks excitement What was the source of jacks excitement?
- 2 What Ralph thinks about Jack?
- 3 What was the source of Jack’s excitement?
- 4 Why is Jack excited?
- 5 How does Jack view the hunters How does Ralph view them?
- 6 What does Ralph consider to be the boys top priority while on the island?
- 7 What does Ralph complain to Jack about in Lord of the flies?
- 8 How does Ralph feel about the kill in prey?
When Jack yells got it what does Ralph think might have caused jacks excitement What was the source of jacks excitement?
While Ralph was looking to see how far the smoke could be seen, Jack was eyeing the shady, downward slope of the mountain. As always, he was thinking of pigs. When he cried out, “Got it!” it was because he had just come to the realization that the shade was where the pigs could be found.
Why is Jack so excited in Lord of the Flies?
Jack is so excited because he was able to kill the pig and get his dignity back. This shows that Jack got distracted in his priorities and can no longer be trusted.
What Ralph thinks about Jack?
He tells Jack about his concerns, but Jack, still trying to think of ways to kill a pig, is not interested in Ralph’s problems. Ralph, annoyed that Jack, like all the other boys, is unwilling to work on the huts, implies that Jack and the hunters are using their hunting duties as an excuse to avoid the real work.
Why is Jack excited about the new place on the island?
Jack’s response to Castle Rock reveals him to be a tactical thinker, one concerned with maneuvers and strategy. Ralph sees the fort as a dismal, dreary place, but Jack is more of the visionary, seeing the fort as a possibility, a future place where he could be chief and reign supreme.
What was the source of Jack’s excitement?
what was the source of Jack’s excitement? Ralph thought that Jack saw ship. Jack was really excited because he figured out that the pigs would be in the shade during the day because of the heat.
Why do you think Jack had to think for a moment before he could remember what rescue was?
Jack had to think for a moment before he could remember what rescue was. Flower and fruit grew together on the same tree and everywhere was the scent of ripeness and the blooming of a million bees at pasture. He became absorbed beyond mere happiness as he felt himself exercising control over living things.
Why is Jack excited?
Ralph’s idea for order came from his school back home. Why is Jack so enthusiastic about the possibility of creating rules? Jack is excited at the prospect of enforcing the rules.
What does Jack and the boys do to Ralph What does Ralph do?
Jack attacks Ralph, and they fight. Ralph struggles to make Jack understand the importance of the signal fire to any hope the boys might have of ever being rescued, but Jack orders his hunters to capture Sam and Eric and tie them up. This sends Ralph into a fury, and he lunges at Jack.
How does Jack view the hunters How does Ralph view them?
Jack views the hunters as a brave and courageous band. Ralph views them as only boys with sticks.
How is Jack described in Lord of the Flies?
Jack is described by Golding as “tall, thin, and bony; and his hair was red beneath the black cap. His face was crumpled and freckled, and ugly without silliness. Out of this face stared two light blue eyes, frustrated now, and turning, or ready to turn, to anger.”Jack is the leading advocate of anarchy on the island.
What does Ralph consider to be the boys top priority while on the island?
Ralph knows, right from the start, that the key priority really has to be making a signal fire in order that a ship can see them to get rescued. It’s interesting that ‘fire’ becomes central to the island: and symbolic of both good and bad qualities. Fire for Ralph is about a signal fire – about rescue.
How does Jack relate to Ralph?
In Lord of the Flies, Golding presents the relationship between Ralph and Jack as a struggle over the souls of the other boys. Whereas Ralph represents the rational element of the soul, Jack represents the soul’s darker, violent side.
What does Ralph complain to Jack about in Lord of the flies?
Key Concepts: Terms in this set (10) what dies ralph complain to jack about nothing is being accomplished how does defend that he spends hus days hunting instead of helping the others he says that they need meat and he is letting the little uns go help with the fire while he hunts
Who is the leader in Lord of the flies?
Ralph’s capacity for leadership is evident from the very beginning (he is the only elected leader of the boys). During the crisis caused by the sight of the dead paratrooper on the mountain, Ralph is able to proceed with both sense and caution. He works vigilantly to keep the group’s focus on the hope for rescue.
How does Ralph feel about the kill in prey?
He feels both loathing and excitement over the kill he witnessed. Once Ralph becomes prey, he realizes that he is an outcast “Cos I had some sense” — not just common sense but a sense of his identity as a civilized person, a sense of the particular morality that had governed the boys’ culture back home.
How did Ralph react to the Beast in Game of Thrones?
When the time comes to investigate the castle rock, Ralph takes the lead alone, despite his fear of the so-called beast. Even in this tense moment, politeness is his default. When Simon mumbles that he doesn’t believe in the beast, Ralph “answered him politely, as if agreeing about the weather.”