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Where does he go to sleep when he makes this decision? Near the end of the novel, Ralph decides not to sleep by himself in an empty shelter.

This question is part of Lord of the Flies Comprehension Test
Asked by Testmaker, Last updated: Jul 03, 2020

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C. Bernthal

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C. Bernthal, Teacher, MA, P.hD, Seattle

Answered Jan 03, 2019

Ralph is supposed to make his decision regarding where he is going to sleep. Near the end of the novel, it becomes apparent that he has already made his decision. The obvious choice is to sleep in an empty shelter but he believes that it is not going to be safe for him.

He has decided that he will be sleeping in Castle Rock instead. If he decided to sleep at the beach, it would have been problematic for him as the other hunters would have seen the place that he has claimed for the night. By sleeping at Castle Rock, he was able to stay safe from Jack and the rest of the hunters.

 

testmaker

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Answered Sep 12, 2018

Castle Rock

Ralph goes to sleep in Castle Rock for safety.
 

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