They eventually become the tribe on the island, suffering much under Jack's leadership. Ralph has the sense to keep his focus on getting off the island.
Discuss Its Important Symbols. Author: Wallace Hartsell. He fights for a constructive liberal and democratic society. While most of the other boys initially are concerned with playing, having fun, and avoiding work, Ralph sets about building huts and thinking of ways to maximize the chances of all the boys.
When Ralph encounters the officer on the beach at the end of the book, he is not relieved at being rescued from a certain grisly death but discomforted over "his filthy appearance," an indication that his civility had endured his ordeal. He indulges in images of home, recollections of the peaceful life of cereal and cream and children's books he had once known.
At these meetings a sense of order is instilled because the boys have to wait until they hold the conch to speak. Charismatic leaders reveal generally in chaos, crisis period. Some of leaders left good marks and they always remembered easily with regards and love.
He realized that there had to be a sensible reason for the boys to believe that there was a beast living in the forest. He is overcome by the evils of the island, or himself.