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How is Ralph described
“Built like a boxer”
Not the smartest and not the strongest but with the most charisma and good looks.
The main leader of the group is usually the the cute guy
How is Jack described? (physically and mentally
His freckled face is described as “ugly without silliness”
Skinnier than Jack with red hair.
Has emotions of anger and savagery
the bad guy is always ugly
How is Piggy described? (Physically and mentally)
Short, overweight and wears glasses. Not much physical strength but is the smartest of the group.
How do Ralph and Piggy contrast?
Ralph favors order and the rules of civilization while Jack favors hunting and the savage rewards it brings. Piggy is a loyal supporter of Ralph.
What role does the conch play?
The conch plays a key role in the
The conch plays a key role in the book because it gives the power of speech and the ability to speech and the separation of animals and power
How is Simon introduced
He is very good and pure and has the most positive out look.
Chapter 2
Why does Jack want an army?
To hunt pigs
Chapter 2
Is there any indication that he is thinking of taking over the leadership?
Yes when he led the group up the mountain to start a signal fire
Chapter 3
Is Jack interested in hunting in order to supply meat?
Yes
Chapter 3
Why did he hunt?
To supply meat and it brought out his savage side
Chapter 3
What is the significance of the argument between Ralph and Jack over the building of the huts?
They cant listen to each others opinion and they just believe they are right.
Chapter 4
What is the significance of Roger throwing stones at Henry?
Roger purposely missed hitting Henry because he heard the adult voices in his head telling him not to throw and hurt Henry
I KNOW THIS ONE! I ANSWERED IT MAN!!!!!!!!
Chapter 4
Why did the hunters paint their faces?
They painted their faces because the mask allowed them to hide and become liberated from shame and self consciousness
Chapter 4
Do people do that type of thing today? (paint their faces) Explain
Yes they do that today. People in war use camouflage to cover up their face.
Chapter 4
What happens when the fire goes out? Why is this important?
Ralph got mad at Jack for letting the fire go out. Jack uses an apology to distract everyone from the tragedy that has just has occurred, this is important because jack begins to gain more power of the group
Chapter 4
Is there a change in authority? Explain.
Yes, Jack has learned how to draw on the boys emotions to get the group to believe in him.
Chapter 4
Is there a shift in feeling towards Jack and Ralph? Explain
Yes, because Ralph represents the rules and authority and jack represents the groups more savaged instincts, as the boys began to believe in Jack because of his savaged instincts and the immediate gratification of the kill.
Chapter 5
What does Ralph discover at the beginning of this chapter?
He discoveries that a lot of the group believes that there is a beast on the Island.
Chapter 5
What do the boys have to say about the fear?
Raplh says that we have to talk about this fear and realize that there is nothing in it while Jack says that its ok to be afraid and if it is an animal then we will track it down but there probably isn’t one because he hasn’t tracked it down yet.
Chapter 6
What is the beast from the air?
It was man who was from a shot done fire Pilate attached to a parachute
Chapter 4
Is there a change in authority? Explain.
Yes, Jack has learned how to draw on the boys emotions to get the group to believe in him.
Chapter 4
Is there a shift in feeling towards Jack and Ralph? Explain
Yes, because Ralph represents the rules and authority and jack represents the groups more savaged instincts, as the boys began to believe in Jack because of his savaged instincts and the immediate gratification of the kill.
Chapter 5
What does Ralph discover at the beginning of this chapter?
He discoveries that a lot of the group believes that there is a beast on the Island.
Chapter 5
What do the boys have to say about the fear?
Raplh says that we have to talk about this fear and realize that there is nothing in it while Jack says that its ok to be afraid and if it is an animal then we will track it down but there probably isn’t one because he hasn’t tracked it down yet.
Chapter 6
What is the beast from the air?
It was man who was from a shot done fire Pilate attached to a parachute
Chapter 6
How did the beast from the air get there?
He came down form the parachute
Chapter 6
What effect does the beast from the air have on Ralph?
Ralph took the lead in exploring castle rock as they hunted for the beast. Ralph also started focusing on his attention of keeping the fire going because that’s all they got
Chapter 6
What effect does the beast from the air have on Jack?
Jack continues to sway the group in his favor in regards to leadership by focusing everyone on the thrill of the hunt and kill and tracking the beast.
Chapter 6
What effect does it have on the others?
They become more and more fear full and began to look more to Jack for leadership because they liked his savage ways.
Chapter 7
What does Simon say to Ralph? Repeatedly ensures him they will get home safely
Repeatedly ensures him they will get home safely
Chapter 7
What does Ralph say to Jack that is a little surprising?
He says, “Why do you hate me”
Chapter 7
What is the mock hunt? What is your feeling during the mock hunt?
The mock hunt is a tribal dance where they reenact hunting a pig. This time Robert got hurt when he was struck by one of the boys. It was brutal and disastrous.
Chapter 8
What does Simon mean by “What else is there to do?”
He wants them to face their fears but all they do is avoid there fears.
Chapter 8* (Important chapter)
What did Simon discover in the forest?
The Lord of the Flies”
Chapter 8* (Important chapter)
Who is the Lord of the Flies? Describe him.
He is the head of the mother pig, but it symbolizes all things evil. It’s a pig head with a black coat of flies all around it.
Chapter 8* (Important chapter)
Does the imagery surrounding Simon make him a symbolic figure? of what?
Yes.A symbol of vision and truth
Chapter 9
This chapter picks up where the last one left off. Why ?
Because Simon just woke up from being passed out and is coming to the beach to tell the boys about who the beast really is.
Chapter 9
What are your feelings toward Simon? Is he a mystic? Explain your anxwer.
Simon is the only one on the Island that truly understands what is going on. He knows that the boys must face their fears to overcome it. I don’t think Simon is a mystic but he is just the one most in touch with reality on the Island.
Chapter 9
What happens to simon? Explain the scene.
He dies. The boys are doing another ritualistic dance in the middle of a huge down pour of rain as Simon came out of the forest the group saw him and attacked him as if he was the beast and killed him.
Chapter 9
Who is responsible for Simons death? How do you know?
Jack was responsible for his death. I know it was Jack because Jack encouraged the ritualistic behavior.
Chapter 10
Did things return to normal after Simon’s death?
No, most of the boys joined Jacks group, Jack begins to act even more as a cruel dictator
Chapter 10
What do you think happened to Piggy? Why?
Piggy is in full denial of anyone’s responsibility of Simon’s death. Because piggy can’t believe that they would act so irresponsibly and kill somebody.
Chapter 10
Are Piggies attempts at being responsible ridiculous? Explain.
Yes because his basis for being responsible was that the other people in the group were acting rationally.
Chapter 11
What happens to Piggy? Did you think it would happen? How did you know? Describe the scene.
Piggy dies. I thought this would happened to him because he was trying to keep all these savage people in order but no one wanted to listen to piggy so Roger got annoyed of him and thought he was doing everyone a favor by just hitting him with a bolder and killing him.
Chapter 12
What do you think id going to happen to Ralph? Explain why you think so.
He is going to survive. Because he has been a great guy and leader throughout the journey