How does Ralph betray himself in the Lord of the Flies?

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Ralph betrays himself several times in the novel, which reflects his internal struggle to maintain his civility or submit to his primitive, savage nature. Early in the story, Ralph betrays himself by laughing at Jack's aggressive, rude treatment of Piggy

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