Lord of the Flies - Chapter by Chapter

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  • Lord of the Flies -> Chapter by Chapter.
    • Chapter 1- The Sound of the Shell
    • Chapter 4-Painted Faces and Long Hair
    • Chapter 7-Shadows and Tall Trees
  • Chapter 2 -Fire on the Mountain
    • Lord of the Flies -> Chapter by Chapter.
      • Chapter 1- The Sound of the Shell
      • Chapter 4-Painted Faces and Long Hair
      • Chapter 7-Shadows and Tall Trees
    • The Boys realise that they are alone and stranded "So we must make smoke on top of the Mountain"- in order to get rescued
  • Chapter 11-Castle Rock
    • First use of the conch, to call a meeting
      • Places- 'Site of the crash' , 'the lagoon' , 'the platform'
        • "Treasure Island-Swallows and Amazons- Coral Island"..."It's a good Island"
          • Chapter 2 -Fire on the Mountain
            • The Boys realise that they are alone and stranded "So we must make smoke on top of the Mountain"- in order to get rescued
        • +"They looked at each other, baffled in love and hate"
          • Disagreements begin and cracks in the relationship start to show, "They were both red in the face and found looking at each other difficult"
            • Chapter 3 -Huts on the Beach
          • "Swung back his right arm and hurled the spear with all his strength"- Jack is displaying his strength and ability in order to gain respect.
            • Chapter 3 -Huts on the Beach
            • Definite change in mood overall. Beginning of the Savagery ,Jack starts to become an autocrat.
              • Ralph's meeting has a few main points to stop them falling apart.
                • Chapter 5-Beast from Water
                • "Faces by the brute obtuseness of the ocean, the miles of division" The whole experience,like the sea, is never ending, the hope is lost in the vastness of the sea
                  • Piggy, Ralph and Simon are not invited to the feastand are on the fringes of the microsm for being different and
                    • Chapter 9- A View to a Death
                    • From Merridew to Jack to Chief he has transformed and the hieachy reflects the loss of social rules
                      • Chapter 10-The Shell and The Glasses
                      • Jack is showing the other boys that you are either with him or against him. + Quashing all future ideas of rebellion
                        • Chapter 12- Cry of the Hunters
                          • THEY ARE SAVED
                            • At the final chime of twelve the boys are saved from there own fate and all due to the smoke from Ralph's fire proving that he was the smartest and best leader overall.
                              • Ralph is allowed to be saved by Humanity so that Golding can show that pessimism does not always win and that people can never fully change from themselves.

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