¨Ralph- Where is the ship?¨(Golding 66). This is important because it's the first time that a ship has been anywhere near the island. Ralph is in so much shock that he can't move.
¨The fire was dead. They saw that straightaway; saw what they had really known down on the beach when the smoke of home had beckoned.¨ (Golding 68).
This is important because if the fire is dead, then the ship can't see that people are on the island. If the ship can't see the smoke, then that means the boys won't get rescued.
¨Ralph made a step forward and Jack smacked Piggy's head. Piggy's glasses flew off and tinkled on the rocks.¨ (Golding 71). This is important because Piggy's glasses help them to start the fires and without them they won't be able to. This is the first time that the boys have fought each other.
¨Look! We've killed a pig.¨ (Golding 69). This is important because the whole book has been talking about hunting pigs. In this chapter, the boys finally were able to kill one.
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