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Lord of the Flies - Test Review

A review of the characters, plot, and setting of the novel.

Cheri Patton

on 25 March 2013

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Transcript of Lord of the Flies - Test Review

Historical Context Characters Plot & Setting Themes & Symbolism Test Review Lord of the Flies What is the historical inspiration for Golding's novel? What is an allegory? What was Golding's main purpose for writing a novel about boys stranded on an island? How would you
describe Simon? How would you describe Piggy? How would you describe Jack? How would you describe Ralph? How would you describe Samneric? Why is Ralph angry when Jack returns with a slaughtered pig? What lesson does Ralph learn about leadership from Piggy's advice? What effect does the island have on the boys? At first, what does the naval officer think when he lands on the island? What happens at the climax of the novel? When Jack steals Piggy's glasses, what does it prove? Why doesn't Jack want to be rescued? What does the conch shell symbolize? What does it mean that the beast is not "something you can hunt and kill"? What is the difference between figurative and literal? What even most clearly shows the loss of innocence? Unit Test Part 2
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