Daniel Spain

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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • A plane full of young children crash near a deserted island. Piggy, finds a conch shell and blows in it like a horn to call any other survivors together, so they can start and figure out how to be rescued. Right off the bat there is a battle for power between Ralph and Jack. When they are all meeting, the person holding the conch is the only one talking. Each kid is given a job. Jack, the one in the red is in charge of keeping the fire going, and hunting for food.
  • Falling Action
  • Jack, leader of the hunters, gets very distracted for hunting for the pigs, and he accidentally lets the signal fire go out. Ralph is very upset because he said he saw a ship pass by on the horizon.
  • Resolution
  • Jack is very exited to kill the pig. They naturally come up with a very demented ritual to do after killing the pigs. They cut the head off of it and stuck it on a stick in a beautiful meadow that Simon uses to get away from the savageness that is building up. Simon sees the pig and starts to hallucinate. The dead pig on the stick talks to him and tells him that the real beast is something that is within every kid on the island , and basically saying the beast is fake.
  • Simon decides to go tell the other kids that he found what appeared to be the beast (actually a dead paratrooper that got caught up in the trees) and when he gets down to tell the kids. Jack thought Simon was the beast and got all the kids beat him to death.
  • At this point in the book, all form of humanity was lost. The hunters killed everyone who was trying to help get off the island. The last civil person (Ralph) is being chased by the hunters around the island. They decide to light the whole island on fire to kill him, but instead it caused so much smoke that a boat sees them and they ironically get rescued.
  • The point of this book was to show good vs bad. And how the bad can be triggered so quickly by just a little excitement. I see this happen everyday in politics. They will tell you one thing that you want to hear, then you are willing to vote for them. Disregarding the rest of the damage.
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