Lord of The Flies

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  • "Piggy, Piggy! Piggy, Piggy!" (10)
  • "Ralph, please. I said i didn't want.." (10)
  • "Here, let me go! Giv'em back!" (40)
  • "More wood, all of you, more wood!" (40)
  • "He's gone." (113)
  • "that wasn't the beast, it was a boar." (113)
  • Here is the beginning in which Ralph becomes victim of the island, and changes or conforms to what might get the other children to follow him.
  • Ralph, although not taking part in the acts or Jack, is also not making an effort for it to be stopped. Once again he is victim to a not so moral reasoning which is led by Jack.
  • Jack has shown many acts of savagery but in this case his true morals has been put to the side and he is most definitely showing pre conventional moral reasoning. Now Ralph, he seems not so surprised by Jack's behavior.
  • "I'll give the conch to the next person to speak." (33)
  • Ralph becomes too caught up in selfish matters when rules are in process of becoming solid. Ralph shows he is not mature by acting in a manner that cannot even be described as pre conventionally moral.
  • "And he won't get interrupted, except by me." (33)
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