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Loss of Innocence, LOTF!
Transcript of Loss of Innocence, LOTF!
By William Golding Short Summary Picture (: Symbol #1. Symbol #2. Picture(: Picture(: Picture(: A group of British boys crashed onto a Tropical Island. The boys have to survive and try to live on the Island without any adults. They then make it a stable place to live. Some order collapses, terror happens and some of the boys disappear. At the end most of the boys are rescued. This is a picture representing the
boy with the mulberry birthmark
that disappears in the fire. This is a picture of a dead pig like the one in the novel... It connects to the theme because Jack enjoyed killing pigs. The scar on the Island from the plane represents loss of innocence because its what brought them boys to find the Island. It made them lose all the rules, no adult supervision and so on. This is piggy and his broken glasses. It connects with quote number 3. Loss of Innocence Quote 1. "That little 'un that had a mark on his face-- where is-- he now? I tell you I dont see him." (Golding 46). Piggy is the one saying the quote about the mulberry birthmark kid missing. This shows loss of innoncence because they know the mulberry birthmark kid has disappeared in the fire and it connects to real life because people die in house fires more then we realize. Piggy's glasses represent loss
of innocence because once they
break, the novel seems to get
more disturbing and bad things happen
after the glasses are broken.
Such as, the beast and accidently killing Simon, thinking he was the beast. Piggy's Glasses Quote 2. Jack and the boys chanting. "Kill the pig! Cut his throat! Kill the pig! Bash him in!" (Golding 114). This shows loss of innocence because they enjoyed killing the pig. They even made one of the boy's act like the pig and was torturing him like he was the pig. It connects to real life because humans kill pigs to eat all the time. (BACON!!!!). T-Chart. Jack Roger Breaks Piggy glasses, now Piggy can't see.
Enjoys killing pigs instead of wanting to be rescued.
Kills Simon, thinking he was the "beast".
Tells Rodger and boys to kill Piggy. Roger kicked sand at Percival first, which led Maurice to do the same.
Roger liked throwing rocks at the little one's.
Roger killed Piggy :( Quote 3 Piggy is the one speaking, he is very angry because Jack broke his glasses Quote 4 Thumbs Up (: I give this novel a thumbs up. I think Golding did a good job putting it all together the way he did. One reason i like this novel is because it connects to the real world. Another reason why i enjoyed this novel is because it had very good detail in it. Last but not least, the best reason i like this book is because most of the time it was read outloud and i could follow along, when i have to read by myself, i get distracted so then i end up not reading and im glad i actually read and listened to this book because it was a good book. (: (: (: Piggy's glasses flew off and tinkled on the rocks. Piggy cried out in torror: "My specs!" "One side's broken." (Golding 71). This is important with this theme because Piggy could no longer see very well and as sson as the glasses are broken there is chaos on the Island. This relates to the real world because there is chaos all the time in the world. Golding is telling how Ralph is thinking of his loss of innocence.
"Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of a man's heart, and the fall through the air of the true, wise friend called Piggy." (Golding).
This quote shows that Ralph deep down inside had feelings for Piggy as a friend and he realized Piggy's death was the end of the innocence. This relates to real life because people lose friends and loved one's everyday and its sad but we all live through it. Piggy's death was an influence on Ralph. These are all the things that
Jack has done and its connected
to this theme because Jack was always
rude and only cared about himself. These are the things Roger has done and its connected to this theme because he knew better than to do them things but he still did them anyways.