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What's is the effect of Ralph's mention of the Queen and his father in the passage below?

"My father's in the Navy. He said there aren't any unknown islands left. He says the Queen has a big room full of maps and all the islands in the world are drawn there. So the Queen's got a picture of this island."


It bolsters Ralph's own authority by connecting him with two respected, adult authority figures


It shows that Ralph has a concrete plan to get rescued backed up by the adult world


It implies that Ralph may try to seize more power over the group and set himself up as a commander or even a monarch


It only reveals how little Ralph understands about the world of grown-ups


It shows that he has been listening to Piggy and comprehends the necessity of immediate rescue

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