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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 You could see now that he might make a boxer, as far as width and heaviness of shoulders went, but there was a mildness about his mouth and eyes that proclaimed no devil (Golding 10). (Appearance) SYMBOL CHARACTER Ralph danced out into thehot air of the beach and then returned as a fighter-plane, with wings swept back, and machine-gunned Piggy (Golding 11). (Personality) CLAIM: The conch is a significant aspect of the novel because it signifies the quality of leadership in Ralph and the unification of all of the schoolboys. The symbol might represent unification because the only way the schoolboys work together efficiently is when the conch is involved. RELIGIOUS IMAGERY Checkpoint Lord of the Flies CLAIM: As the novel progresses, Ralph represents a person that is unloyal and seems to follow what others want to do just so he can fit in. But there was a stillness about Ralph as he sat thatmarked him out:there washis size, and attractive appearance; and mostpowerfully,there was the conch (Golding 22). CLAIM: The island that the schoolboys are stranded on is alike to the Garden of Eden. The littlun with the birthmark on his face was the image of Godwarning the schoolboys (Adam and Eve) about the snakes, which represented Satan and all of the temptations on the island. Thats what this shells called. Ill give the conch to the next person to speak. He c an hold it when hes speaking (Golding 33). Piggy knelt by him, one hand on the great shell, listening and interpreting to the assembly. “‘He wants to know what youre going to do about the snake-thing.’” Ralph laughed and the other boys laughed with him. The small boy twisted further into himself.’”Tell us about the snake-thing.’” “‘Now he says it was a beastie.’” Beastie?’” “‘A snake thing. Ever so big. He saw it.’” (Golding 35). The little boys screamed at them."Snakes! Snakes! Look at the snakes!’” (Golding 46). CLAIM: By the change of a third person omniscient to third person limited POV, readers can have a better understanding of each characters mentality and what each characteris experiencing individually. POINT OF VIEW Simon looked now, from Ralph to Jack, as he had looked from Ralph to the horizon, and what he saw seemed to make him afraid" (Golding 68). Project #1 The boy with fair hair lowered himself down the last few feet of rock and began to pick his way toward the lagoon (Golding 7).
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