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  • Plane with british kids crashes, they end up stranded on a lonely island.
  • "I expected there's a lot more of us scattered about. You haven't seen any others, have you?" (Golding 9)
  • "No grownups!" The fat boy thought for a moment. (Golding 8)
  • "We can't have everybody talking at once. We'll have to have 'hands up' like at school." "I'll give the conch to the next person to speak. He can hold it when he's speaking" (Golding 33)
  • Ralph uses the conch shell to sound the boys their is a meeting on the beach.
  • "We can't have everybody talking at once. We'll have to have 'hands up' like at school." "I'll give the conch to the next person to speak. He can hold it when he's speaking" (Golding 33)
  • "By the time Ralph finished blowing the conch the platform was crowded. There were differences between this meeting and the one held in the morning." (Golding 32)
  • The boys are struggling to make huts to sleep in and the only one willing to help is Simon.
  • "Been working for days now. And look! Two shelters were in position, but shaky. This one was ruin. And they keep running off. You remember the meeting? How everyone was going to work until shelters were finished." (Golding 50)
  • This quote shows the power that the boys think they need to take charge and tell the others about what they said in there meeting, how they need to help build shelter until they can no more.
  • Jack has called all of his hunters, whose duty it was to tend to the fire, in order to hunt down and kill a pig .
  • These quotes show how Fat boy and Ralph are gaining trust and power within themselves to find all the others that can help one another so they can survive efficiently and effectively.
  • "Jack planned his new face. He made one cheek and one eye-socket white, then he rubbed red per the other half of his face and slashed a black bar of charcoal across form his right ear to left jaw." (Golding 63)
  • This quote shows how the power and leadership Ralph has shown and stepped up to is very important because everyone is together bonding and trying to figure out plans as a group to see whats right.
  • the fear of the beast finally explodes, ruining Ralph’s attempt to restore order to the island and the final split between Ralph and Jack.
  • "What would a beast eat?" / "Pig." / "We eat pig." / "Piggy!" (83).
  • This breakdown in the group’s desire for morality, order, and civilization is increasingly excused—by the presence of the monster, the beast that has frightened the littluns since the beginning of the novel.
  • But a sign came down from the world of grownups, though at the time there was no child awake to read it. There was a sudden bright explosion and corkscrew trail across the sky; then darkness again and stars (95)
  • This quote is showing jacks power to lead the group through his determination to get food and revenge on that pig to help his group of boys out so they can eat, survive healthy.
  • the boys are still fearful of a beastie roaming the island. The fact that the beast eats pig is significant and symbolic. The beast of whom they speak is the boys or the evil within the boys. It is the boys who kill Piggy later in the novel. In other words, the beast does eat pig, metaphorically speaking.
  • This comes immediately after Piggy expresses his hope for a sign from the adult world to straighten things up. This is the sign: a plane is shot down and a parachutist, dead, falls from the sky, is dragged up the mountain, gets stuck in a tree, and becomes the beast. In short, the adults, who are at war, are no less savage than the boys.
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