Read the passage from Chapter 11 of Lord of the Flies, “Castle Rock,” which begins “Viciously, with full intention” and ends with the end of the chapter (pages 181-182) carefully. Annotate and answer the following questions on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage. 1. What does Ralph learn about himself in this passage? 2. What is the “hangman’s horror” that “clung” around Roger? 3. Compare/contrast Roger’s and Jack’s position in the tribe after Piggy’s murder? 4. What does Golding mean by the “nameless authority? Read the passage from Chapter 12 of Lord of the Flies, “Cry of the Hunters,” which begins “Another figure, an unrecognizable one” and ends “that lay grinning at the sky” (pages184-185) carefully. Annotate and answer the following questions on the basis of what is stated or implied in the passage. 1. What action takes place in the paragraph beginning “Another figure?” 2. What does Ralph hope for in the 3rd paragraph? What does he fear? 3. Describe Ralph’s interaction with the skull in the last paragraph.