StoryBoard Lord of the Flies- Lindsay Whitman
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This is important because it is the first kind of food they found to survive that night but couldn't catch it.
"We saw it---" "Squealing---" "It broke away---" "Before I could kill it --but --next time." (Golding 33)
This is important because it shows how they had a meeting and used the conch in a useful way.
The meeting was hummed. "And another thing. We can't have everybody talking at once." (Golding 33)
"Nobody knows we're here." (Golding 34)
This is important because it is leading up on how they are going to start surviving on this island.
This is important because the boys saw a beast and it may be alive or not.
"Did you hear that?" Says he saw the thing in dark ---" (Golding 36)
This is important because Ralph is asking someone to lit the fire on top of the mountain in case help comes.
"Will you?" "Will you lit the fire?" (Golding 40)
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