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What does Jack think they should do after they find the Castle Rock?
He likes the idea of defense and attack, viewing the area from the perspective of violence and outsmarting the enemy. Jack’s response to Castle Rock reveals him to be a tactical thinker, one concerned with maneuvers and strategy.
What does Jack want to do once they find out the castle is safe?
Ralph’s motive for hunting the beast is so that they can be safe and continue making the signal fire. However, Jack’s motivation is to hunt and kill the beast for power. Ralph wants to move on and go build the fire again.
What does Jack want to do when he hears about the beast?
What does Jack want to do about the beast? Hunt and kill it.
For what does Jack think they should use the pink rock?
Jack thinks of it as a perfect place for a fort, while Ralph is disgusted by it. He calls it a “rotten place.”
What is Jack’s opinion on Castle Rock?
Ralph and Jack are the first to explore, and their reaction to it demonstrates their growing division. Jack excitedly declares ‘what a place for a fort! ‘, while Ralph calls the Castle Rock a ‘rotten place’. After the boys split into two tribes, Jack’s group commandeers the Castle Rock as a base.
Why does Jack want the beast?
Ralph and Jack decide to go and find the beast because as the unspoken leaders of the island of boys, they have to. Jack does so because he wishes to hunt and kill the beast; while Ralph does so because he doesn’t wish to lose face before the other boys.
What discovery do they make at the ledge that excites Jack Chapter 6?
What discovery do they make at the ledge that excites Jack? Jack and Ralph lead an expedition across the island in search of the mysterious beast. When they arrive at Castle Rock, Jack is immediately impressed by the rock formation and comments to Ralph that it would make a great fort.
What are Jack and Ralph’s views about the fortress they find?
What are Jack and Ralph’s views about the fortress they find? (Hint: they view it differently, hence there will be 2 answers…) Jack thinks that the fort is a great way to defend from enemy’s while Ralph notice that there is no place for the fire so it is useless.
What does Jack see in the fort in Lord of the flies?
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.
Where does Jack set up his tribe of savages?
Jack does not seem to mind its lack of natural resources and is more infatuated with the fact that it is a heavily fortified area that would be difficult for enemies to attack. Later on, Jack establishes his tribe of savages and locates their headquarters on the barren area known as Castle Rock.
Why is Jack interested in the opposite side of the island?
Jack is not only attracted to the fact that it is on the opposite side of the island but takes note of the narrow passageway to enter the steep rock formation and the numerous boulders resting on the summit that could be easily pushed over the cliff to protect the fort from intruders.
What do Ralph and Jack decide to do in Lord of flies?
Ralph, Jack, and decide what to do. And wants to live on the platform. Once sees the cave, he tells that it would be great for a. Ralph thinks it is a bad idea because there is not much fresh water there. While explains how to use the boulder as a weapon, realizes that there is no signal.