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L, Simon - Piggy - 4

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Neil Sullivan

on 30 April 2016

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Transcript of L, Simon - Piggy - 4

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Physical Description
First Most Important Action
"'You're hindering Ralph. You're not letting him get to the most important thing.'
He paused effectively.
'Who knows we're here? Eh?'
'They knew at the airport.'
'The man with the trumpet-thing--'
'My dad.'
Piggy put on his glasses.
'Nobody knows where we are,' said Piggy....'Perhaps they knew where we was going to; and perhaps not. But they don't know where we are 'cos we never got there.'" (pg: 34)
Second Most Important Action
"Piggy lost his temper.
'I got the conch! Just you listen! The first thing
we ought to have made was shelters down
there by the beach. It wasn't half cold down
there in the night. But the first time Ralph says
'fire' you goes howling and screaming up this
here mountain. Like a pack of kids!'...
'How can you expect to be rescued if you
don't put first things first and act proper?"
(pg: 45)
PIGGY
Lord of the Flies
Character Chart
Ch:1-2
By: Lauren M. Simon

L, Simon - Piggy - 4
Third Most Important Action
"'Ralph!'
Ralph looked up.
'We can use this to call the others. Have a meeting. They'll come when they hear us--'
He beamed at Ralph." (pg: 16)
"The owner of the voice came backing out of the undergrowth so that twigs scratched on a greasy wind-breaker. The naked crooks of his knees were plump, caught and scratched by thorns." (pg: 7)
"He was shorter than the fair boy and very fat."
(pg:7)
"He wiped his glasses and adjusted them on his button nose. The frame had made a deep, pink "V" on the bridge." (pg: 11)
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