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What does Ralph most frequently show in the novel?



A. The most intelligence of any of the boys on the island
B. Moral responsibility, common sense, and kindness
C. The violent, sociopathic tendencies of murderers
D. A hatred of the world for its horrible condition

This question is part of Lord of the Flies Comprehension Test
Asked by Testmaker, Last updated: Jul 06, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Feb 28, 2017

Moral responsibility, common sense, and kindness

If you chose choice (A), remember that Piggy was frequently shown as the most intelligent of the boys on the island, while Ralph showed strong moral convictions, often acted with common sense, and tried to act kindly toward the boys on the island.
 

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