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For a while Ralph lay in a covert until he was certain that he wasn't being pursued then he made his way to the fruits and had something to eat before walking to the shelters. Eventually he made his way back towards 'Jack's' end of the island until he reached the clearing close to Simon's 'secret place' where Jack had mounted the sow's head on a stick as an offering to the beast. Ralph had no knowledge that the head had been left there, as he wasn't a witness to it and nobody had told him. He was disturbed and disgusted by the pig's skull on the stick and punched it, until it fell to the ground and broke into two pieces then, ever practical, Ralph pulled the stick out of the ground to use as a weapon. He made his way back to the thicket close to Castle Rock.

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Q: Where does Ralph go after Piggy's death and the twins' capture?
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What feast does Piggy supply for Ralph and the fire builders?

Piggy and the twins come to Ralph with a feast of properly ripened fruit.


What does Ralph say to the twins when they refuse to help him?

He tells the twins where he is going to hide and tells them to take jack's tribe in different direction when they come to find him


Why do Piggy and the twins go and collect fruit in Lord of the Flies chapter 8?

Piggy and the twins collect armfuls of fruit in an attempt to cheer Ralph up and reassure him that they can manage by themselves. They did this because Ralph had become withdrawn and depressed when he realised how many of the group had deserted to join Jack's tribe.


How does Ralph feel the morning after Simon is killed?

Ralph is the only boy who truly recognises the significance of Simon's death. Piggy is ready to lay part of the blame on Simon himself and the dance, the Twins are in total self denial and Jack dismisses the entire episode as a 'trick' played by the beast. Ralph alone gives the deed its true name, murder, and Ralph alone seems to realises the depths to which they have sunk and the ferocity of their attack. Ralph too realises that having gone this far Jack and his tribe are now capable of almost anything.


How does Ralph get betrayed by samneric?

They get captured by Jack and his tribe when they go with Piggy and Ralph to receive Piggy's stolen glasses. They are forced to become a part of Jack's tribe and sell out Ralph when they are searching for him across the island. They didn't want to, but they appeared to finally turn on to Jack's side.

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What do the twins shove at Ralph before he leave?

The twins shove a sharp stick at Ralph before he leaves, trying to harm him as they follow Jack's violent lead.


What feast does Piggy supply for Ralph and the fire builders?

Piggy and the twins come to Ralph with a feast of properly ripened fruit.


What does Ralph say to the twins when they refuse to help him?

He tells the twins where he is going to hide and tells them to take jack's tribe in different direction when they come to find him


In the lord of the flies who has not joined jacks group yet?

In the book The Lord of the Flies by chapter 9 Ralph, Piggy, and the twins are the people who have not joined Jack's group. After the twins are captured and Piggy is killed that leaves Ralph as the one person who is not a part of Jack's tribe.


What does one of the twins give to Ralph as he leaves?

One of the twins gives Ralph a piggyback turtle as a gesture of goodwill as he leaves the island. The turtle is given as a token of friendship and a reminder of their time together.


Why do Piggy and the twins go and collect fruit in Lord of the Flies chapter 8?

Piggy and the twins collect armfuls of fruit in an attempt to cheer Ralph up and reassure him that they can manage by themselves. They did this because Ralph had become withdrawn and depressed when he realised how many of the group had deserted to join Jack's tribe.


Ralph and piggy decide that the four of them will have to keep the fire burningwho are the other two?

sam and Eric aka the twins


How does Ralph feel the morning after Simon is killed?

Ralph is the only boy who truly recognises the significance of Simon's death. Piggy is ready to lay part of the blame on Simon himself and the dance, the Twins are in total self denial and Jack dismisses the entire episode as a 'trick' played by the beast. Ralph alone gives the deed its true name, murder, and Ralph alone seems to realises the depths to which they have sunk and the ferocity of their attack. Ralph too realises that having gone this far Jack and his tribe are now capable of almost anything.


When Ralph meets the twins at castles rock what is there plan?

If you mean Jack's tribe, they intend to hunt Ralph as if he were a pig and like the Lord of the Flies, kill him, put his head on a stick and eat the rest of him.


Who tells jack where ralph is hiding?

In "Lord of the Flies," Roger tells Jack where Ralph is hiding. Roger was a loyal follower of Jack and had been actively participating in hunting down Ralph along with the other boys.


Who are Sam and Eric in the Lord of the Flies?

Sam and Eric are twins, also known as "Samneric," who are part of the group of boys stranded on the island in William Golding's novel "Lord of the Flies." They are loyal and follow the lead of the main characters, Ralph and Jack. As the story progresses, they become caught in the power struggle between Ralph and Jack.


How does Ralph get betrayed by samneric?

They get captured by Jack and his tribe when they go with Piggy and Ralph to receive Piggy's stolen glasses. They are forced to become a part of Jack's tribe and sell out Ralph when they are searching for him across the island. They didn't want to, but they appeared to finally turn on to Jack's side.