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¨This is an island. At least I think it's an island. That's a reef out in the sea.¨ (Golding 8)
¨Not them. Didn't you hear what the pilot said? About the atom bomb?¨ (Golding 14)
¨Signs of life were visible on the beach.¨ (Golding 18)
COMIC 3: This scene is definitely important because it introduces the new characters and also shows that there are other kids that lived from the plan crash. Plus it's possible that there are more to be found.
¨We ought to draw a map.¨ (Golding 27)
COMIC 2: In this scene Piggy and Ralph are discussing what to do. Piggy then mentions that there was an atom bomb and people are dead. So likely there is a war going on. This is important because it tells the reader why they are on the island in the first place, also it infers what is to come.
COMIC 1: This scene in important because it tells the reader the setting and characters. Along with the set up for the story to begin.
COMIC 4: This scene Jack, Ralph and Simon are going to look around the island. Ralph suggests that they draw a map, and this is important because they will get familiar with the island and shows they have good problem solving skills.
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