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Lord of the Flies
Updated: 4/23/2020
Lord of the Flies
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  • '"Where is the man with the trumpet"'(Golding 20).
  • '"There's no man with a trumpet. Only me"'(Golding 20).
  • This shows that Ralph isn't very kind to Piggy. Piggy trusted Ralph when he may have shouldn't.
  • "'Shut up Fatty"'(Golding 21).
  • "'He's not Fatty...his real name's Piggy"'(Golding 21).
  • This shows that Ralph is trusted by the group to be the leader. This also shows that Jack wanted leadership.
  • The boys decide that they need a chief. They first ask for who wants Jack to be chief, and only his choir raises their hands. When they ask if Ralph should be chief , everyone else raises their hands.
  • "'I'm chief then"'(Golding 23).
  • This means that Ralph still wants to give power to Jack.
  • Ralph gave Jack leadership of the choir. They decided that they would be the hunters. The coir took off their cloaks.
  • Piggy wanted to go but Ralph decided to look right past him. Piggy was hurt by this.
  • "'So we've got to decide if this is an island...I'll go, and Jack, and... Simon"'(Golding 24).
  • "'I'll come"'(Golding 24).
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