Lord of the Flies (Chapter 12)

What does it mean (and who was the character) “whose image refused to blend with the ancient picture of a boy in shorts and a shirt?” Explain why Golding writes this. Bill because it shows they aren’t the innocent little kids that they were when they got there
Why is it ironic as to why the boys were being evacuated from their homes in the first place? Because if they were home they would, sooner or later, be forced to join the WWII army which probably would have done less damage
What information does Ralph get from Sam and Eric? That Jack plans on going hunting for Ralph today
What does it mean when “Roger sharpened a stick at both ends?” He was making a spear
Explain Ralph’s actions when he faces the Lord of the Flies? He is surprised and punches it in the face then knocks it off and breaks it
How does Ralph avoid being killed? What are his strategies? Look closely at this. It trips people up every time. He hides where he can see them but they can’t see him.
What are his opposition’s strategies for getting him out of the thicket? First rolling rocks down the hill at himThen smoke him out by lighting the whole forest on fire
Who arrives at the end of the novel? An officer

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