What does Piggy not want to be called?

What does Piggy not want to be called?

While Piggy is asking for names, Jack ridicules him by calling Piggy “Fatty.” Ralph responds to Jack’s comment by saying, (The entire section contains 2 answers and 353 words.)

What is Piggy’s idea in Chapter 8?

Ralph slips into a depression, but Piggy cheers him up with an idea: they should build a new signal fire, on the beach rather than on the mountain. Piggy’s idea restores Ralph’s hope that they will be rescued. The boys set to work and build a new fire, but many of them sneak away into the night to join Jack’s group.

How does the group react to Ralph’s suggestion that they build a fire How does Piggy describe their actions?

How does the group react to Ralph’s suggestion they they build a fire? How does Piggy describe their actions? The group is excited and run off to start a fire without understanding the reason for it. Piggy says they are being childish and stupid.

What was Piggy’s idea how was it received?

In Chapter 4, Piggy suggests that the boys can make a primitive clock by putting a stick in the sand and making a sundial. This is an appropriate suggestion for Piggy to make since a clock is a symbol of order, reason, rules, and discipline.

What causes Ralph to tell Piggy to shut up?

Piggy suggests that they make a sundial. As Golding writes,”Piggy was an outsider, not only by accent, which did not matter, but by fat, and ass-mar, and specs, and a certain disinclination for manual labor.” So, as Piggy continues to argue for a sundial, Ralph tells him to “shut-up”.

Does the pilot die in Lord of the Flies?

The pilot is shot down during the fighting, and his body lands in such a way that the strings of his parachute cause him to move when the wind blows in a particular manner, so that he is analogous to a marionette. When the boys discover him, they misinterpret his body as the Beast.

What contradicts Ralph’s insisting that this is a good island?

He can hold it while he’s speaking.” What contradicts Ralph’s insisting that “this is a good island”? Being good at thinking thigns through.

What happens to the Littlun with the birthmark?

The little boy with the birthmark goes missing after running away with the other children. He never reappears and is assumed to have died in the fire. He was down there–” A tree exploded in the fire like a bomb. Tall swathes of creepers rose for a moment into view, agonized, and went down again.

Why does the boy with the birthmark want to speak?

Jack tries to help by saying that if there is a snake, the hunters would kill it. This exasperates Ralph because he wants to get the point across that there is no beast. He changes the subject to talk about rescue, and that cheers the group up.

What does Jack think is most important?

What does Jack think is the most important? Jack thinks hunting for meat is the most important. He’s ashamed that he did not kill the pig in the beginning and he wants to prove to everyone he can for his own pride.

How does Piggy first notice a boy is missing?

How does Piggy first notice a boy is missing, even though he doesn’t know his name? Piggy doesn’t see the boy with the mulberry-colored birthmark. What causes the drum-roll sound the boys hear in the fire? The drum-roll sound is caused by live trees exploding from the heat of the fire.

What does Piggy realize about the little boy?

What does piggy realize about the little boy who had talked about the beastie? That he may have went off into the forest and that smoke and flames were there and he is missing.

What mistake did Ralph make Piggy?

Piggy, in his desire for friendship, makes his first mistake on the island by revealing the name given to him from former tormenters. Later during the first meeting, Jack calls him ‘Fatty’ but Ralph interrupts with a shout: ‘His real name’s Piggy!