Maria ALvarez Storyboard

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  • During the beginning
  • "So we must make smoke on top of the mountain. We must make a fire."
  • "His specs-use them as burning glasses!"
  • During the middle
  • "We shall take the fire from the others. Listen. Tonight I'll go with two hunters."
  • "What'll we use for lighting the fire?"
  • During the end
  • "We saw your smoke. What have you been doing? Having a war or something?"
  • When they first arrived at the island, Ralph began to become a leader and was the one telling the rest of his crew how he planned to take them back home by making a fire and being rescued. Jack was the one that suggested to make the fire with Piggy's specs. 
  • During the beginning 
  • "He's not Fatty, his name is Piggy!"
  • "You're talking too much, shut up Fatty."
  • The fire began to become a need that one had to have in order to survive. When Ralph was in the part of his island he was using the fire to try and keep a smoke signal in order for them to be seen, Jack had to use the fire to cook the pig he had killed.
  • During the middle
  • In the end, not even Ralph cared about the death of Piggy. Although Ralph was in a bit of a shock, Piggy's death wasn't a big deal to him, the only thing he really needed to do was survive against the other boys trying to kill him. Probably with Piggy still living, it could have been harder to get away from the other boys. Piggy only played an important role with his novel with his glasses that could create the fire.
  • The fire was something that had been spreading for a long time, it had been increasingly getting bigger and bigger until it had reached every corner of the whole island. The fire had reached the boys while Jack and his savages were chasing Ralph who was trying to find a place to hide.
  • During the end
  • When Piggy starts talking, Jack immediately starts making fun of his weight. Once Jack begins to make fun of him, Ralph begins to make fun of him too. Piggy at the moment has no importance because he holds nothing valuable to the story or the boys.
  • When all the boys from the other tribe are sleeping, Jack's tribe sneaks up to the other tribe's shelters and attacks the boys to take Piggy's glasses. The glasses where the only things that made Piggy important and the only reason the groups was able to have a fire.
  • "Piggy, come outside. I want you, Piggy."
  • "Piggy-where are you, Piggy?"
  • Once Piggy's glasses had been stolen, Piggy had no importance to anything contributing to the story or the rest of the people. Piggy wasn't as important as to continue living, so Roger was the one that pushed a rock at him and squished him to death. Piggy's death wasn't a big surprise because his glasses werethe only thing important of his.
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