i'm going off by myself. he can catch his ownpigs. anyone who wants to hunt when i do can come too.
Rising action: splitting of the tribes
my first panel shows when the plane first crashed and piggy first talked to Ralph. this is major for the story because if they never met than Ralph would have never matured.
Climax: Simons death
i choose there differing view as the conflict because it is showing how the kids are starting to turn on each-other. "what are we, humans? or animals? or savages? whats grownups going to think? going off hunting pigs-letting fires out-and now" this quote is showing how people are fighting and now someone is standing up for trying to work together.
Falling action: confrintation
i choose this as the rising action because the tribes still talked but didn't work together. the quote shows how jack got so fed up with Ralph's leadership so he left.
Resolution: Getting rescued
I choose Simon's death for the climax because after this the two tribes didn't interact with each-other. piggy told Ralph a day later " look Ralph, we got to forget this. we cant do no good thinking about it, see." this is supports my because it was the biggest event of the book that showed just how savage the characters where at the time.
this to me is the falling action because after this it showed how the main character, Ralph, has lost all hope and doesn't think he can win the battle on the island. he thought that he cant escape because he is the only person that can make a fire for the sole purpose of escape.
you're acting like a crowd of kids. Which is better, law and rescue or hunting and braking things up?
in this case i knew that this was the resolution because it ended the book and it sowed that they escaped the island. in the book it states "take you off. how many are you there?" this shows to me that they did end up getting taken off the island to safety.