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S, Lewis - Simon - 1
Transcript of S, Lewis - Simon - 1
Simon is younger than Piggy, Ralph, and Jack, but is older than the little 'uns. Simon shows understanding and is sensitive toward other characters.
By Sydney Lewis
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"he was a skinny, vivid little boy, with a glance coming up from under a hut of straight hair that hung down, black and coarse."
"We used his specs he helped in that way"
This is when Simon shows his understanding and sensitivity because he stands up for Piggy while everyone else makes fun of him.
"We could make scratches on bark, and rub black stuff in"
Simon offers plenty of great ideas to help out the boys on the island. This quote represents this, when he gives an idea of how they gave make a map of the island.
After Simon fainted, earlier in the chapter, he is chosen to go on an expedition with Ralph and Jack. He accepts the request.