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Jack tells his tribe that they will hunt, and give a feast and invite the others who have not joined his tribe, to come eat and join them

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Jack lures the boys into his tribe by telling or promising them food and by promising that they will have fun

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Jack convinces the others to join his tribe by saying that they'll have more fun and that they'll have more meats to eat.

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What two reasons does Jack give for them to join in?

During the feast on the beach Jack actually gives three reason why the other boys should join his tribe, these are, and I quote... "I gave you food, said Jack, "and my hunters will protect you from the beast. Who will join my tribe?" He then mentions the third reason... "Who'll join my tribe and have fun?"


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After Jack leaves the meeting stating that he isn't going to play anymore gradually other boys drift away to join him. By the time he throws his feast on the beach most of the biguns have joined his tribe. After the raid on Ralph's camp, and the theft of Piggy's glasses, the only boys who aren't part of Jack's tribe are Ralph, Piggy and the twins. At castle rock Piggy is killed and the twins are captured leaving Ralph as the lone outsider from Jack's tribe.


What does Jack have the hunters do to samneric?

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How do the boys feel about Jack's departure?

the other boys feel like they need to jack in the group. while they are building the signal fire the boys sneak off and go and join Jack's group.


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Jack storms off, humiliated and crying. He vows to form a new group, and says anyone can join him when he hunts. He disappears into the forest. Everyone is stunned, but the meeting continues. The boys build the fire and the littleuns dance and sing. After the fire, Ralph realizes that all the biguns but Samneric and Piggy have disappeared. Most have gone to join Jack.Elsewhere in the jungle, Jack declares himself chief of the boys who have joined him. As chief, he says he's going to get more "biguns away from the conch." He also says that when his tribe hunts they'll leave some of the kill for the beast. That way, it won't bother them. Jack leads the boys into the forest.