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What does Ralph think about his hair?



A. He doesn't pay attention to his hair
B. He's annoyed it's gotten long and mangy
C. He likes how free it is
D. It reminds him of his brother's hair
E. None of the Above

This question is part of Lord of the Flies: Chapter V Exam
Asked by Jbradley, Last updated: Aug 02, 2020

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O. Bickis

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O. Bickis, Corporate employee, MBA, Stockton

Answered Jan 29, 2019

The correct answer to this question is B. Lord of the Flies, a book by William Golding, is about a plane full of British schoolboys that is shot down over the Pacific ocean. Some of the boys survive, and they create an adult-free society on a deserted island.

Ralph is one of the oldest and most handsome boys in the story; he is one of the protagonists. Throughout the novel, references are made about Ralph's hair. The books says that Ralph would like to take scissors to his hair, that he yearned beneath it, and that his hair trapped dirt.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Jan 30, 2017

He s annoyed it s gotten long and mangy
 

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