What does Piggy suggest that Ralph do?
Piggy is extremely distraught, and he tells Ralph to call a meeting: “You call an assembly, Ralph, we got to decide what to do.” This means that Piggy wants Ralph to blow the conch in order to signal the boys to a meeting. Piggy presses the matter and tells Ralph to blow the conch as hard and loudly as possible.
What happens to piggy when he decides to get his glasses back?
Piggy plans to go to Castle Rock and ask Jack for the glasses, believing that Jack will give them back because it is the right thing to do. What is Piggy’s Plan to get his glasses back? The conch shell. He pushes the giant rock off of the ledge and it kills Piggy and destroys the conch.
What does Piggy suggest Ralph do to bring the meeting back to order?
What does Piggy suggest Ralph do to bring the meeting back to order? Blow the conch shell. Why does Ralph refuse to do this? He’s worried the summons will go ignored.
What does Piggy suggest they do after the Assembly?
What does Piggy suggest they can do with their hair? comb their hair and tie it back.
How does Piggy respond to Ralph’s assessment of what happened to Simon?
He keeps telling Ralph that it was an accident, that it was dark and they were scared. Piggy is so afraid to admit that the boys have become savages that he even blames what happened on Simon: “Coming in the dark—he hadn’t no business crawling like that out of the dark. He was batty.
What do Ralph and Piggy do after they realize everyone has gone to Jack’s Camp?
Ralph and Piggy realize even the biguns loyal to Ralph have gone to Jack’s party. They go as well, out of curiosity and hunger. Jack allows them to eat but, when everyone is finished eating, calls for all the boys to indicate whether they’d like to join his group or remain with Ralph’s.
What happens when Ralph and Piggy go to Jack’s Camp?
Ralph calls an assembly of the four boys, and they decide to go to Jack’s camp. Ralph’s intent is to call an assembly, reason with Jack and the other boys regarding the fire, and obtain Piggy’s glasses back. Although he primarily wants his glasses back, he also intends to confront Jack about his lack of morality.
What does piggy say at the meeting?
Better to save the illusion of authority. Why are Piggy and Simon adamant about Ralph’s not giving up leadership? Piggy is frightened of Jack and concerned about what he is capable of. Simon doesn’t elaborate, but suggests that Ralph must stay in authority because he balances jack’s growing savagery.
What happened Piggy?
Piggy is killed by the boulder that Roger rolls down the side of the hill. In line with his non-athletic nature, Piggy is unable to escape the rock and is struck down, and rolls off the side of the mountain. His body floats away from the savagery of the island to the peace of the sea.
How does Piggy upset Ralph?
Piggy gets upset with Ralph for telling the other boys his unflattering nickname. However, Ralph is immature and unsympathetic, which is why he instinctively blurts out Piggy’s nickname without thinking twice. Once Ralph tells the others Piggy’s nickname, Piggy becomes flushed and bows his head in shame.
What happens Piggy?
Why does Ralph suggest going back to piggy?
To show that even Ralph, who stands for civilization, still shows signs of savagery. Why does someone suggest going back to Piggy? It’s an excuse to leave the forest. On the way to the mountain Maurice says, “Supposing the beast’s up there?” What is Jack’s reply? We’ll kill it.
What did Jack accuse Piggy of in Lord of flies?
Jack accuses Piggy of just sitting while the rest are building the fire. Who defends Piggy? What reason is given to show that Piggy helped with the fire? They used his glasses to start it.
What was Ralph thinking about at Castle Rock?
He was the chief. After leaving Castle Rock to search for the beast, the boys stop to eat. What is Ralph thinking about during this time? How dirty he is. As Ralph looks at the others, he notices the boys are dirty.