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Transcript of Piggy
Piggy is a young boy who is fat, timid, and wears glasses.
"He was shorter than the fair boy and very fat,"
Meaning that Piggy was a lot bigger than Ralph
The most important action Piggy makes in chapters 1 & 2 is when he discovers the conch shell,
"A conch he called it, his mum would blow into it and they would come"
Which shows that the conch shell Piggy and Ralph find, will use it to call attention to the group of boy they later on find.
As said in Slide 1, Piggy has glasses which are then used to make a fire,
"His specs-use them as burning glasses!"
This quote tells that Piggy's specs on his glasses generate heat for the fire when beamed off by the sun.
Piggy is often ignored in the story, the quote below explains,
"Shut up Piggy!" as Jack makes his remark
Above shows that Piggy is often looked down on and does not have much of a say, which is important because he can be taken advantage of