Who gives Ralph meat from Jack’s feast? Sam gives Ralph some meat. Why did Samneric join Jack’s tribe? Samneric were tortured by Roger until they joined the tribe.
Jack forces Samneric to join his tribe to assert his dominance over Ralph. With Piggy gone, Samneric were the only remaining loyal tribe members to Ralph. Jack and Roger pressure Samneric to join the tribe through the threat of violence.
Like Ralph and Piggy, Sam and Eric participate in the death of Simon, but insist that they left the dance early, too ashamed to admit what really happened. But after Piggy’s death, they are coerced and manipulated into joining Jack’s tribe.
What happened to Sameneric to make them join up with Jack’s tribe and guard the entrance of Castle Rock? Jack’s tribe hurt the twins, which made them join. What do they tell Ralph all the boys are going to do the next day? going to hunt for Ralph the next day.
When the twins are captured by the tribe, Samneric ” protested out of the heart of civilization” but abandon their loyalty to that civilization to avoid punishment, betraying Ralph out of concern for their own welfare.
Samneric tell Ralph that Roger sharpened a stick at both ends because Roger means to put one sharpened end into the ground and put Ralph’s severed head on the other sharpened end of the stick.
What do Sam and eric think they see? They think they see the beast. What do they really see? They really see a dead parachutist from the battle.
Once Jack has announced his feast, Sam and Eric are the only boys left with Piggy, Ralph, and Simon. But that doesn’t last long; they end up at the feast. They are there along with all the other boys when Simon is brutally murdered.
Jack throws his spear at Ralph, and the other boys quickly join in. Ralph escapes into the jungle, and Roger and Jack begin to torture Sam and Eric, forcing them to submit to Jack’s authority and join his tribe.
Ralph finds a place to sleep for the night. The next morning, his hiding place, a dense thicket, is betrayed by Samneric. The tribe is unsuccessful at reaching him in the thicket, so they flush him out by rolling boulders into it and setting it on fire.
What happened to Samneric to make them join up with Jack’s tribe and guard the entrance of Castle Rock? Jack’s tribe hurts the twins which makes them join.
In a final act of betrayal, one of the twins gives up Ralph’s hiding spot to Jack. Though they tried to do the right thing, Samneric betray Ralph to save themselves from Jack: ”Immediately after this, there came a gasp, and a squeal of pain. Ralph crouched instinctively.
Ralph then organizes the boys and suggests that they decide on a chief. Ralph is chosen because, as Golding observes, “ there was a stillness about Ralph as he sat that marked him out: there was his size, and attractive appearance; and most obscurely, yet most powerfully, there was the conch.