Asked in Lord of the Flies
When Ralph's confidence begins to decrease how does it show in his words and actions?
July 15, 2009 1:42AM
"By now, Ralph had no self-consciousness in public thinking but would treat the day's decisions as though he were playing chess. The only trouble was that he would never be a very good chess player. He thought of the littluns and Piggy. Vividly he imagined Piggy by himself, huddled in a shelter that was silent except for the sounds of nightmare. "