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How does Ralph solve the problem of leaving Piggy and the littluns alone at night?
He convinces Jack that the group needs to turn back and resume the search for the beast tomorrow.
He sends Simon to cut across the island and tell Piggy that the older boys won't make it back until after dark.
He doesn't. Instead, he decides that it's most important to press on and find the beast and that Piggy and the littluns will just have to wait.
He decides to lead a group through the woods until they reach the pig run which will take them back to the shelters.
He doesn't. Instead, Jack assumes the lead and takes the group along the shore and up to the mountain.