Lord of the Flies: Chapter 1

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  • Chapter 1: The Sound of the Shell
  • "A Stone."
  • "No. A Shell."
  • Chapter 1: The Sound of the Shell
  • "We can use this to call the others. Have a meeting. They'll come and hear us - "
  • Chapter 1: The Sound of the Shell
  • "Hoooonk!"
  • In this scene the conch shell is first discovered and doesn't have much of a role until Piggy (right) shows Ralph (left) how to use it.
  • Chapter 1: The Sound of the Shell
  • "Him with the shell."
  • "A Chief! A Chief!"
  • Ralph realises one of the main uses for the conch shell, this leads to the increasing importance of the shell itself.
  • Chapter 1: The Sound of the Shell
  • Let's go explore. Yeah (agrees)
  • I'll go.
  • Three's enough Fatty.
  • Once Ralph and Piggy realize that they can use the conch shell to signal the other children, increasing the significance of the shell even more.
  • Chapter 1: The Sound of the Shell
  • When the rest of the children come to the beach it is decided that a chief should be appointed and Ralph is appointed chief because he has the shell. So the shell also starts to represent authority.
  • "Ralph! Ralph!"
  • When the Children decide to explore the island Ralph shows that since he had the shell and he was the leader, he could make all of the decisions. This again shows how the conch represented authority.
  • I want to go.
  • Overall in Chapter 1 the importance of the conch slowly increases along with the events that occur, and the shell ultimately represents the authority of Ralph, unity of the kids, and is the connecting factor between the kids.
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