What is the main place that Ralph and his group go in the beginning of chapter 11? What do they bring with them, and why do they go to that place?
They go to Castle Rock and they bring the conch shell to confront Jack.
They go to the beach, and brings the littleuns to swim and play
They go into the forest area, and brings a basket to gather fruit to eat.
Eric says "...But they'll be painted! You know how it is..." What does this mean? What is it that paint brings? Be specific.
How does Ralph taunt Jack, that they both end up in a fight? Discribe the outcome.
How does Piggy die? Was his death significant, or how did the deaths of Simon and Piggy effect Ralph? If so, explain. Try to be as specific as possible.
Who knocks down the Lord of the Flies? Why?
How does Sam show compassion for Ralph?
Ralph hides from Jack. Where does he hide, and how did Jack and his crew, try to force Ralph out?
Finally, the whole crew is rescued, how does this happen? What is the inital reaction? Think of how Raplh acted.
Near the end of the book, its says "...Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man's heart, and the fall through the air of a true, wise friend called Piggy..."
What do you think this quote means? Think of Ralph's perspective, how did he change, what did he learn?