Table of Contents
- 1 What rule did Jack break during the meeting when they were talking about the beast?
- 2 What point does Jack bring up during the assembly what are his reasons for thinking this way?
- 3 How did Jack break the rules?
- 4 How does Jack break the rules in Lord of the Flies Chapter 2?
- 5 Why do you think that Jack is so excited about having rules?
- 6 Why are rules important to Ralph?
- 7 Why did the assembly break up after assembly?
- 8 What happens to the Assembly after Jack blows the conch?
What rule did Jack break during the meeting when they were talking about the beast?
Jack instead defies Ralph saying “Bollocks to the rules” that they will hunt the beast down. The assembly breaks up as Jack leads them on a hunt. This is significant as it is the first instance that Ralph has lost control of Jack. Only Ralph, Piggy and Simon remain.
What point does Jack bring up during the assembly what are his reasons for thinking this way?
What are his reasons for thinking this way? Jack brings up how he has never seen the beastie while hunting and if he does he will kill it. Jack thinks hunting is most important and gets his popularity and respect from it because everyone likes eating meat and not fruit all the time.
What are Jack’s feelings about rules?
What are Jack’s feelings about rules? Loves rules, but doesn’t want to follow them. He creates them in favor of himself. With its benign climate, fresh water and abundant fruit, this place could seem to be a Garden of Eden until the little boy comes forward.
What is happening between Jack and Ralph at the assembly?
What happened between Jack and ralph at the assembly? Jack refuse to listen to the Ralph and the rules and order of the meeting with the conch. How does Jack use the fear of the beast to his advantage? He use the fear of the beast as power for other to follow him.
How did Jack break the rules?
As the novel progresses, Jack gradually begins to break the rules by continually interrupting boys that are speaking while holding the conch. Jack then encourages Samneric to leave the signal fire so they can hunt and continually neglects the duties agreed upon during the assemblies.
How does Jack break the rules in Lord of the Flies Chapter 2?
In chapter 2, Jack begins to display his domineering, disruptive behavior by interrupting Ralph’s speech and unceremoniously ending the assembly as soon as Ralph mentions a signal fire. At the beginning of the assembly, Jack interrupts Ralph by insisting that he lead the group of hunters.
Why are the rules important to Ralph?
Why are rules important to Ralph? Rules are important to Ralph because he knows that the are the only thing that sticking to an agreed set of rules is the only thing that will allow the group to maintain order.
What rules have been ignored in Lord of the Flies?
They have not done anything required of them: they refuse to work at building shelters, they do not gather drinking water, they neglect the signal fire, and they do not even use the designated toilet area.
Why do you think that Jack is so excited about having rules?
Ralph’s idea for order came from his school back home. Why is Jack so enthusiastic about the possibility of creating rules? Jack is excited at the prospect of enforcing the rules.
Why are rules important to Ralph?
Rules are significant to Ralph because he is the group’s leader. In order for Ralph to maintain control of the boys and ensure their survival, Ralph must create and enforce rules.
Why does Jack think Ralph should step down as leader?
After Ralph mocks Jack’s hunters as “boys armed with sticks,” Jack erupts into an angry diatribe and rails against Ralph and his poor leadership skills. He insists that Ralph is a coward and that he himself would be a better leader.
Why does Jack like the idea of rules?
Ralph seems to capture the respect of the boys by wielding the conch and speaking about rescue and rules. Jack probably wants to recapture some of his lost prestige, so he piggybacks on Ralph’s comments.
Why did the assembly break up after assembly?
Assembly after assembly had broken up in laughter when someone had leaned too far back and the log had whipped and thrown half a dozen boys backwards into the grass. Yet now, he saw, no one had the wit – not himself nor Jack, nor Piggy – to bring a stone and wedge the thing.
What happens to the Assembly after Jack blows the conch?
The assembly breaks up as Jack leads them on a hunt. Only Ralph, Piggy, and Simon remain. Ralph says that if he blows the conch to summon them back and they refuse, then they will become like animals and will never be rescued.
What does Jack say at the end of Ralph’s meeting?
At the end of Ralph’s meeting in chapter 5, what did Jack say and do? What does this reveal about his character? Jack says that he and his hunters will kill the beast. The assembly breaks up as Jack leads them on a hunt. Only Ralph, Piggy, and Simon remain.
Why do Jack and Ralph dismiss the concerns about the Beast?
• They dismiss the concerns because they know that a big monster like that couldn’t live on the island. • Ralph denies there is a beast. Jack said if there was a beast, his hunters could kill it.