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Lord of the Flies Textual Evidence

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Manjeet G

on 17 December 2012

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Transcript of Lord of the Flies Textual Evidence

Character Speech Lord of the Flies Savagery Deteriorates Civilization . Character Action Imagery Chapters 3&4 “I cut the pig’s throat… There was lashings of blood” and Ralph responds with “You let the fire out.”(Golding 73). “They’re hopeless. The older ones aren’t much better. D’you see? All day I’ve been working with Simon. No one else. They’re off bathing, or eating, or playing.” (51) “Kill the pig. Cut her throat. Spill her blood” (72). “He tried to convey the compulsion to track down and kill that was swallowing him up” (51). “Jack planned his new face. He made one check and eye socket while, then rubbing red over the other half of his face…He looked in astonishment, no longer at himself but an awesome stranger” (66). “The dog-like, uncomfortably on all fours yet unheeding his discomfort, he stole forward five years and stopped” (48). “The madness came into his eyes again” (51). “The gutted carcass of a pig swung from the stake, swinging heavily as the twins toiled over the uneven ground” (72). “They lifted sticks in the air together… They were chanting, something to do with the bundle that the errant twins carried so carefully. (72)
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