Lord of the Flies Final Test

the destruction of the conch symbolizes the destruction of law and order, peace, and democracry
for Jack the face paint serves what purpose a mask and represents his change to savagery
the first two characters we meet, the protagonists of our story Ralph and Piggy
Piggy’s role help Ralph maintain order
Ralph’s role the leader who strives for social order
Jack represents the evils of society and anarchy
Piggy’s medical condition asthma
what is the conch a shell used to call order to meetings and to hold in order to speak
Jack’s role lead the choir group, hunters, and any other children who wish to join them
the conch symbolizes law and order
the fire is symbolic of hope
Piggy’s glasses are symbolic of wisdom and knowledge
the island is referred to as the beast
the author of the book William Golding
Ralph symbolizes organized society and moral integrity
why was a fire built so passing ships could see the smoke and rescue them
why did the plane crash it ran out of gas
What is Jack obsessed with hunting a pig
The Lord of the Flies (pig head) is symbolic of the internal potential for evil
who said “I’m not going to play any longer. Not with you.” Jack
Simon realizes the beast is where inside each of them, in their heart and mind
Why do they murder Simon they become savage-like
What happened to Piggy and Simon’s bodies washed out to sea
who said “What are you doing here all alone? Aren’t you afraid of me?” the Lord of the Flies
who said “Now I’ve got one eye. Just you wait!” Piggy
why does Jack put the sow’s (pig) head on a stick as a gift to the beast
What do Ralph, Piggy, and the littl’uns think of Simon’s death it was an accident
the author uses imagery to paint a picture of the setting true
they use Piggy’s glasses to start the fire true
a boar eats the littl’un with the birthmark on his face false
Piggy’s glasses are symbolic of the tendency to overlook responsibility false
a simile compares two things using like or as true
the boys were stranded because their boat ran out of gas false
foreshadowing is when something happens in the text that gives readers a clue about what is going to happen later in the story true

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