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Lord of the Flies- Chapter 12

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Transcript of Lord of the Flies- Chapter 12

Post-Experimental Interview
Jack
Farah, Mariam, Mahnoor, Rumsha, Shradha
Lord of the Flies- Chapter 12
Ralph
Prisoner #819 did a bad thing
Hunters

Stylistic Devices
Imagery
" The Bruised flesh was inches in diameter over his right ribs " (203) .
" His flesh crept and he shivered in the evening sun . No fire ; no smoke , no rescue " (205) .
" The skull lay in two pieces " (206) .
" The tribe was dancing ... there would be a dark circle , a glowing fire and meat . They would be savoring food and the comfort of safety " ( 207) .
Chapter 12 Summary
" The conch was smashed to powder " (207) .
Ralph injured and hunted; night




Stylistic devices
Personification
" The roar of the forest rose to thunder and a tall bush directly in his path burst into a great fan-shaped flame " (222) .
Stylistic Devices
Alliteration
" Became fear ; hopeless fear of flying feet " ( 222 ) .
Stylistic Devices
Simile
" The skull regarded Ralph like one who knows all the answers and won't tell " (205) .
Stylistic Devices
Pathos
- the quality in literature or speech creating feelings of pity , tenderness , sorrow and etc .
" What have I done ? I liked him - and wanted us to be rescued " ( 209 ) .
" They hate you Ralph . They're going to do you " (209) .
" They're going to hunt you to-morrow " ( 209 ).
Stylistic Devices
Symbolism
Stylistic Devices
Irony
" A savage striped in red and white [mask] " (216) .
"See? I told you- he's dangerous." (216) .
"If it were light shame would burn them at admitting these things. But the night was dark." (208 - 209)
"Roger sharpened a stick at both ends" (211)
Samneric tortured
forest set on fire and rescued
Stanford Prison Experiment Summary
guards abuse power
prisoners rebel but left helpless
"Evil place takes over good people" -Zimbardo
Themes
Loyalty
“You got to go because it’s not safe-” (209)

“They’re going to hunt you to-morrow.” (209)

“- they made us. They hurt us.” (209)
Themes
Survival
“The tree, or the charge? He mastered his breathing for a moment, wiped his mouth, and told himself to be calm.” (218)

“A third idea would be to hide so well that the advancing line would pass without discovering him.” (218)

Themes
Grief
“....and infected by that emotion, the other little boys began to shake and sob too.” (224- 225)

“And in the middle of them, with filthy body, matted hair, and un-wiped nose, Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man’s heart, and the fall through the air of the true, wise friend called Piggy.” (225)

Themes
Friendship
“Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man’s heart, and the fall through the air of the true, wise friend called Piggy.” (225)
Roger
Samneric
Percival
Forest fire: “the island was scorched up like dead wood- Simon was dead- and Jack had….” (224)
Stylistic Devices
Foreshadowing
"Cry of the Hunters" (203) ; chapter title
Conflicts
Person vs. Society
• Lord of the Flies
Person Ralph
Society Jack & his group

• Stanford Prison Experiment
Person Prisoners
Society Guards

Conflicts
Person vs. Supernatural
“Suddenly he blundered into the open, found himself again in that open space- and there was the fathom- wide grin of the skull, no longer ridiculing a deep blue patch of sky but jeering up into the blanket of smoke.” (219)
Resolution
• Lord of the Flies:
Naval officers come to rescue


• Stanford Prison Experiment:
Dr. Chris shows Dr. Zimbardo his evil
Archetypes
The Teacher Archetype
Piggy:
Remembered by Ralph
Ralph is nothing without Piggy
Archetypes
Golden Age Archetype
The rescue is the happy ending
Archetypes
The Quest Archetype
Ralph: - matures
- learns responsibility
Archetypes
Loss of Innocence Archetype
The littluns
"Piggy was everywhere, was on his neck, was become terrible in darkness and death." (211)
THE END
-experience the death of Piggy and Simon
" If jack was chief he'd have all hunting and no fire . We'd be here till we died " (100) .
" The skull lay in two pieces " (206) .
Abraham Maslow's Pyramid of Hierarchical Needs
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