Please try to answer all the three because i really need help  Please help me find two points that prove Ralph is concerned about safety and well fare of people under his command focusing on...

Please try to answer all the three because i really need help

 

Please help me find two points that prove Ralph is concerned about safety and well fare of people under his command focusing on getting rescued established a civilized manners of existence for example rescued will be the fire and i need another thing

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pohnpei397 | College Teacher | (Level 3) Distinguished Educator

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Just about as soon as he is elected chief, Ralph starts to show both of the first two things.

He wants to send out an expedition to find out if the island really is an island.  He needs to find this out so they can know if they really need to try hard to get rescued (focus on rescue).  He is only going to send three people because he doesn't want anyone to get lost.  (Concerned with safety...)

One other place where he shows concern for others is in Chapter 6 when he goes out to look for the beast instead of sending someone else to do it.

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mkcapen1 | Middle School Teacher | (Level 3) Valedictorian

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In Chapter two of “The Lord of the Flies” Ralph calls a second assembly.  He is aware that there are issues that need to be addressed.  Since he is the group appointed leader he takes his role seriously.  During the meeting Percival, one of the littleuns, tells about the beast coming out of the water.  He is crying hysterically.  The litlleuns tell how scared they are of the beast.  Ralph is aware that the children need to feel some relief from their fear.

“Then with the martyred expression of a parent who has to keep up with the senseless ebullience of the children, he picked up the conch, turned toward the forest, and began to pick his way over the tumbled scar”(38)

He heads up the mountain to find out he truth about the beast.

At one of the assemblies Ralph addresses the situation with the littleuns and their bathroom habits.  He tells them that in order to be appropriate and keep things clean they need to go to the rocks to use the bathroom.  Apparently, they had been going in the camp area.

In regard to getting rescued he tries to get all the boys to help him keep the fire going.  However, Piggy can not help because of his asthma being aggravated by the logs.  He tells the others:

“We’ve got to have special people for looking after the fire.  Any day there may be a ship out there."(42)

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