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who climbs the mountain to view the beast?

ralph insisted on climbing the mountain to view the beast, he believes that if he does so he will still be considered the leader.


how does ralph change his opinion abd the beast?

at the beginning of the novel ralph believes that the beast is a conjuration of the littluns imagination and is not real, but as the novel progresses ralphs opinion of the beast changes as more and more sightings occure. he finally excepts the beast when simon is killed and samneric see it.


how do ralph and jack answer the questions about the beast?

jack's answer to questions about the beast is to say that, "if there is a beast we will hunt it and kill it." ralph keeps insisting, "but there is no beast!"


what do ralph see on top of the hill in the lord of the flies?

it really depends on which part of the book your referring to, but i believe it is the beast that is up there or what they assume to be the beast.


how does ralph describe the beast?

ralph described the beast like..... " he had teeth... and big black eyes."


why do jack and ralph insist on going after the beast?

although they have different personalities and different styles of leadership both ralph and jack share a common desire to act on decisions as soon as possible. both of the boys want to settle once and for all whether there really is a beast on the island or not and if there is one they want to do something about it. their reasons for doing so differ. jack simply sees the beast as an interesting challenge, something different and exciting to hunt. ralph sees the beast as a barrier which prevents the boys from lighting their signal fire on the mountain top, he feels that until the question of the beast is settled their chances of rescue are being significantly reduced.


how has jack probably made ralph into the new or next beast?

by having all the boys against ralph making him the outcast now. and since jack knows the boys are scared and want to feel protected and belonged and ralph doesn't provide any protection against the beast. jack also makes ralph look really bad like a beast making the boys go against ralph.


what do ralph and jack say about the beast in lord of the flies?

jack wants to kill. jack loves the idea of hunting the beast. ralph continuously says there is no beast. when samneric report about what the beast looks like, jack says he will hunt it and asks who wants to join him. ralph, the more reasonable of the two, says they only have wooden spears. ralph admits he is scared. he always thought the beast was fake, but now he think there might be a beast. in the end, ralph and jack both decide to hunt the beast.


what effect does the beast have on ralph?

he keeps denying the fact that there is a beast at all.


how do ralph and jack answer the question about the beast lord of the flies?

ralph states quite clearly, on several occasions, that "there is no beast." jack, while appearing to agree with ralph, then adds, "but if there were a beast my hunters would hunt it down and kill it." later jack leaves offerings from his kill to appease the beast.


how do jack and ralph answer the question about the beast in lord of the flies?

ralph states quite clearly his belief that "there is no beast" and he even calls a meeting to try and convince doubters that the beast does not exist. jack, while initially appearing to agree with ralph then adds "but if there were a beast my hunters would hunt it down and kill it." later jack seeks to "appease" the beast by leaving offerings from his kills for it.


what do ralph and jack decide to do after the twins reported seeing the beast?

they went after the beast but jack decide to forget the beast and play rolling rock


why is ralph worried about the littleuns?

they are getting nightmares from the beast.


what do ralph piggy and simon each say about the beast?

in ch 5 of lord of the flies, ralph says there are no monsters on the island. piggy agrees with him. simon says the beast is within them.


in lord of the flies how does ralph describe the beast?

ralph never really describes the beast. but when jack, roger, and he see the supposed beast in the end of chapter seven "shadows and tall trees" it is described by the narrator as "something like a great ape was sitting asleep with its head between its knees." then goes on to explain how when the wind blew it lifted its head. the beast is really a dead parachutist and when the wind blew the head lifted because of how the parachute was wrapped around the corpse. this only appeared to be something different because of how dark it was.


who said i don't believe in the beast lord of flies?

ralph


in the book lord of the flies how do jack and ralph answer the question about the beast?

ralph instinctively knows that there is no such thing as "the beast" and repeats on a number of occasions, "but there is no beast!" although jack initially agrees he also adds the proviso, "but if there was a beast we'd hunt and kill it." later he changes his stance to "how could we kill it?" ... "and remember, if you go hunting leave the head as an offering for the beast."


what chapter does ralph go face the beast?

chapter 6 after eric and sam come back and say they saw the beast.


what 3 boys climb the mountain for the beast?

jack, ralph, and roger.


what is simon's theory about the beast?

simon believes that the beast is actually the inside everyone, the thing that makes people capable of being evil.


which literary element is employed when ralph goes hunting for the beast in the dark?

suspense is the literary element used when ralph goes hunting for the beast in the dark. there s a sense of unease while reading this section.


when jack questions of ralph is scared of the beast how does ralph defend himself?

he defends himself by stating that he declares jack a buttlicker


in lord of the flies why is simon the only one to doubt the existence of a beast?

simon was not the only one who doubted the existence of the beast. at the meeting where the beastie was first raised ralph insisted, "but there is no beast." ralph also called another meeting to settle once and for all that there was no such thing as a beast. at that meeting piggy also refuted the possibility of a beast by stating that "things wouldn't work, radios and tv and things, they wouldn't make sense if there were beasts and ghosts and stuff, its not scientific." after ralph called for a vote to decide if there might be such a thing as the beast piggy stated, "and remember that i voted no for the beast."


what are jack's plans for ralph?

samneric tell ralph that jack intends to hunt him and that he has "sharpened a stick at both ends." later ralph finds and takes the stick on which jack had mounted the pig's head, as an offering to the beast. ralph realises that the stick has a point at each end. the implication is that jack intended to behead ralph and mount his head on a sharpened stick, as an offering to the beast.


why do ralph and jack both insist on going after the beast in lord of the flies?

they both want to prove that the beast does not exist, but jack uses the beast to scare people into respecting him as a leader.