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T or F

The boys' plane ran out of fuel and crash-landed on the beach.
False. We are never told how it crashed.
T or F

Ralph's only opponent for the position of chief was Jack.
True
T or F

The first fire they built was a small cooking fire.
False. A signal fire on mountain was built first
T or F

The littluns were afraid of a beastie.
True
T or F

The boys could speak out at meetings only in order of their age.
False. Only if holding the conch shell
T or F

Ralph became upset because most of the boys didn't help build all the shelters.
True
T or F

Jack first painted his face because he thought it would camouflage him while he hunted.
True
T or F

Some of the boys became ill after eating too much roast pig.
False. Unripe fruit made them sick.
T or F

The signal fire went out because the boys watching the fire were swimming.
False. They were with Jack hunting.
T or F

Jack is responsible for breaking one of the lenses of Piggy's glasses.
True
T or F

Simon suggested that the only beast on the island was themselves.
True
T or F

Every time there is a vote for chief, only the hunters vote for Jack.
False. Nobody votes for Jack
T or F

Maurice and Roger were the first to see the body of the dead parachutist.
False. SamnEric
T or F

When they found Castle Rock, Jack was the first to explore the area.
False. Ralph went first
T or F

Ralph felt disgusted after he had thrown his spear at the charging boar.
False. He felt excited.
T or F

Jack told Ralph and Roger that when he was on the mountaintop, he saw a thing that bulged, and he heard a plopping noise.
True
T or F

Jack left the group because he was embarrassed that no one voted for him to be chief.
True
T or F

After finding "the beast" near the signal fire, the boys moved the fire to Castle Rock.
False. They moved it to the beach
T or F

Simon witnessed the beheading of the dead sow from the cave where he was hiding.
False.
T or F

The beast is the Lord of the Flies.
False. The dead parachutist is.
T or F

When Simon discovered the body of the dead parachutist, he vomited and fainted.
True
T or F

During the dance and chant, the boys dragged Simon from the forest and killed him.
False. Piggy
T or F

Jack and some of the savages came to the shelters on the beach and stole the conch.
False. They stole Piggy's glasses.
T or F

Ralph, Piggy, and the twins went to Jack to ask for Piggy's glasses.
True
T or F

When Piggy tried to reason with Jack, he struck Piggy with his spear and killed him.
False.
T or F

After Piggy was killed, Ralph hid in the thicket near Castle Rock.
True
T or F

Jack and his savages tried to kill Ralph by intentionally setting the forest on fire.
False. The tried to set the thicket on fire.
T or F

When the naval officer asked who the boss was, Jack acknowledged his position as chief.
False. Ralph did
The only two characters whose thoughts Golding reveals are?
Ralph and Simon
The shattering of the conch symbolizes the end of?
Civilized behavior
Golding's central theme in the novel is that?
humans have a dar, beast-like nature
One of the ironies of the novel is that at the beginning Jack says they aren't what?
savages
Golding uses Roger symbolically to represent what?
sadism and cruelty
Golding specifically sets the story on the island to
aid in plot development
The name "Lord of the Flies" is a reference to what?
Beelzebub
Clithing symbolically represents what?
civilization
From the beginning of the story until his death, Simon can be characterized as what?
a loner
The protagonist of the novel is who?
Ralph
The major antagonist of the novel is who?
Jack
Simon's talk with the Lord of the Flies symbolizes what?
A man's inability to conquer the devil
The conflict Ralph feels about giving up his position as chief is what?
internal conflict
The boys hunting Ralph is an example of what?
external conflict
The painted faces symbolically represents what?
survival of the fittest
when the savages are hunting Ralph, he considers what three plans of escape?
hiding in a tree, charging them, hiding