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He slices off his dick and offers it to the beast who actually turned out to be a baby chicken loking for it mother. In return the chicken plucks his eys out and he dies and everyone lives happily ever after. ^_^

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What did Jack suggest to keep the beast happy?

Jack leaves the beast an offering of the sow's head, mounted on a stick, and her guts. He later advises his tribe to, and I quote... "So leave the mountain alone.... and give it the head if you go hunting." After further thought he adds, "We'd better keep on the right side of him, anyhow. You can't tell what he might do."


In Lord of the Flies what does Jack sacrifice to the beast?

Jack's denial that they killed the beast reveal about him that beast still exists. His plan that they keep on the "right side of the beast" suggest that people frequent make offerings to satisfy the beast. I think Jack truly believe there's a beast because he had seen it on the mountain top. His continuing to promote the existence of the beast to the others give him advantage over them by making obey him if they want to be safe!


How is the beast able to deceive the boys and be harder to recogonize?

In reality, the beast is really the savagery inside the boys, so it changes as they change. However, Jack uses the argument of the beast's deception to keep them afraid and under his control.


What does Jack say about rules and about the boys?

Jack said "Bollock to the rules" during the meeting in chapter 5: Beast From Water. Later, at the meeting in chapter 6: Beast From Air, Jack said, when talking about some of the other boys "...It's time some people knew they've got to keep quiet and leave deciding things to the rest of us---."


In lord of the flies Why does Jack deny that the beast is dead?

Jack needs the power of the beast in a couple of ways: as a common enemy for the boys to unite them; as a way to gain respect and to manipulate others as well as to satisfy his hunger for power; and as an excuse for hunting perhaps. Jack sort of became the spokesperson in the previous few chapters. He give offerings to it, tell others to leave it alone on 'the other side'. He is trying to make it more real for the others. Jack himself does not believe in the physical beast but is closer to the true beast- the capacity for evil in everyone, then everyone, even Simon. He is not afraid of it, as no one would use things they are uncertain or afraid of. if the beast is dead, he will loose power. Therefore even though he consciously recognize the murder of Simon though he hides it from the others. No one could stop him from using the beast now that Simon has died. He could make the beast immortal.

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What is the way jack says to keep the beast happy?

He puts a pig head on a stick for sacrificedand food for the bestie. He does this twice.


How did Jack and his savages plan to stay on the beast's good side?

they offered sacrifices to the beast to keep the beast from attacking them. Treating it as if it were a god


What did Jack suggest to keep the beast happy?

Jack leaves the beast an offering of the sow's head, mounted on a stick, and her guts. He later advises his tribe to, and I quote... "So leave the mountain alone.... and give it the head if you go hunting." After further thought he adds, "We'd better keep on the right side of him, anyhow. You can't tell what he might do."


In Lord of the Flies what does Jack sacrifice to the beast?

Jack's denial that they killed the beast reveal about him that beast still exists. His plan that they keep on the "right side of the beast" suggest that people frequent make offerings to satisfy the beast. I think Jack truly believe there's a beast because he had seen it on the mountain top. His continuing to promote the existence of the beast to the others give him advantage over them by making obey him if they want to be safe!


How is the beast able to deceive the boys and be harder to recogonize?

In reality, the beast is really the savagery inside the boys, so it changes as they change. However, Jack uses the argument of the beast's deception to keep them afraid and under his control.


If the beast is a kind of god in jack's mind how does he propose that the boys keep on the good side of that god?

this is not a ? to ask! sry 2 be mean ...but .


What does Jack say about rules and about the boys?

Jack said "Bollock to the rules" during the meeting in chapter 5: Beast From Water. Later, at the meeting in chapter 6: Beast From Air, Jack said, when talking about some of the other boys "...It's time some people knew they've got to keep quiet and leave deciding things to the rest of us---."


In lord of the flies Why does Jack deny that the beast is dead?

Jack needs the power of the beast in a couple of ways: as a common enemy for the boys to unite them; as a way to gain respect and to manipulate others as well as to satisfy his hunger for power; and as an excuse for hunting perhaps. Jack sort of became the spokesperson in the previous few chapters. He give offerings to it, tell others to leave it alone on 'the other side'. He is trying to make it more real for the others. Jack himself does not believe in the physical beast but is closer to the true beast- the capacity for evil in everyone, then everyone, even Simon. He is not afraid of it, as no one would use things they are uncertain or afraid of. if the beast is dead, he will loose power. Therefore even though he consciously recognize the murder of Simon though he hides it from the others. No one could stop him from using the beast now that Simon has died. He could make the beast immortal.


Where does the Beast keep the enchanted rose in Beauty and the Beast?

in the west wing of the castle


How do you keep a guy happy?

You keep a guy happy by doing what pleases him. Avoid quarrels


How did religious beliefs of the greek influence their daily lives?

It was important to keep the gods happy.


What does jack tell the new tribe in lord of the flies?

Jack tells his new tribe that they will invite the others to feast upon their meat at their new camp on the beach. He also tells them that they will steal the fire they need to keep their camp alive and that they will offer the pig's head to "the beast" as a thank you for their successful hunt.