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Lord of the flies
Lord of the flies. a novel by. WILLIAM GOLDING. Contents. 1. The Sound of the Shell 2. Fire on the Mountain 3. Huts on the Beach 4. Painted Faces and Long Hair 5. Beast from Water 6. Beast from Air 7. Shadows and Tall Trees 8. Gift for the Darkness 9. A View to a Death 10.

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G lobal V illage C ontemporary C lassics | LORD OF THE FLIES
Lord of the flies. Home Page Title Page Contents. Page 1 of 290 Go Back. Lord of the flies. a novel by WILIAM GOLDING. Global village contemporary classics.

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Lord of the Flies
Directions: Before reading Lord of the Flies, read each of the following statements and decide whether you agree or disagree. Provide support (2-3 sentences) on the reasons why you agree or disagree with that statement.

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Lord of the Flies – Study Questions – Chapters 1 & 2
1. Examine the characters of Ralph, Jack, or Piggy in terms of what they possess that link them with their past lives, and what their emerging roles on the island are. Is there any indication which of these characters may be advancing more rapidly toward savagery than the others? Support your conclusion.

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Lord of the Flies
Lord of the Flies. Setting the scene The story begins as a _ evacuating children from a war zone crashes on a. 7. What does it mean to say that Lord of the Flies is an allegorical novel? What are the important symbols? 8. What if anything might the dead parachutist symbolize?

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Lord of the Flies
Lord of the Flies is one of (if not THE) most frequently taught novels in Portland Public Schools; the novel is generally available at every campus. Work is being done to make the novel available in audiobook form (internet streaming, etc.) in order to help differentiate for learners with various needs.

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Lord of the Flies: characters
He is one of the littluns. This boy likes playing. He enjoys being on the beach and building sandcastles. This boy is crucial to our appreciation of the novel. He is associated with different objects and through these objects, Golding is able to make some serious points about how the boys...

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Lord of the Flies Chapter 1 Study Guide
Lord of the Flies Chapters 9 and 10 Study Guide. There are only 5 questions because they are all big questions. Be sure to answer them in detail. 4. What does it mean when "Roger sharpened a stick at both ends?" 5. Explain Ralph's actions when he faces the Lord of the Flies?

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Lord of the Flies
Lord of the Flies Chapter 6 Quiz. 1. What comes down from the sky? 4. What do the other boys do while Jack and Ralph are exploring? a. They tend to the fire b. They roll rocks off of the cliff c. They go hunting d. They harass Piggy 5. What do the boys want to do when Ralph says that they have to keep...

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Lesson | Lord of the Flies Power, control, consequences
Lord of the Flies is a novel that explores themes of autonomy and groups, acceptance and fear as motivations, and mechanics and defects of society. After a group of British schoolboys, escaping England during World War II, end up marooned on a tropical island, they attempt to establish a social...

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