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1 Lord of the Flies Review

2 Character description "The hangmans horror clung around him. "The hangmans horror clung around him. Roger Roger

3 "...a boy of perhaps six years, sturdy and fair, his clothes torn, his face covered with a sticky mess of fruit "...a boy of perhaps six years, sturdy and fair, his clothes torn, his face covered with a sticky mess of fruit Johnny Johnny

4 "[His] arm was conditioned by a civilization that knew nothing of him and was in ruins. "[His] arm was conditioned by a civilization that knew nothing of him and was in ruins. Roger Roger

5 "The tears began to flow and sobs shook him....[he] wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of mans heart, and the fall through the air of the true, wise, friend.... "The tears began to flow and sobs shook him....[he] wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of mans heart, and the fall through the air of the true, wise, friend.... Ralph Ralph

6 "But there was a stillness about [him] as he sat that marked him out: there was his size, and attractive appearance; and most obscurely, yet most powerfully,there was the conch. "But there was a stillness about [him] as he sat that marked him out: there was his size, and attractive appearance; and most obscurely, yet most powerfully,there was the conch. Ralph Ralph

7 "A thing was crawling out of the forest. It came darkly,uncertainly. The shrill screaming that rose before the beast was like a pain. The beast stumbled into the horseshoe. "A thing was crawling out of the forest. It came darkly,uncertainly. The shrill screaming that rose before the beast was like a pain. The beast stumbled into the horseshoe. Simon Simon

8 "...for a minute became less a hunter than a furtive thing, apelike among the tangle of trees....He passed like a shadow under the darkness of the tree and crouched, looking down at the trodden ground at his feet. "...for a minute became less a hunter than a furtive thing, apelike among the tangle of trees....He passed like a shadow under the darkness of the tree and crouched, looking down at the trodden ground at his feet. Jack Jack

9 "He sighed....Then, with the martyred expression of a parent who has to keep up with the senseless ebullience of the children, he picked up the conch, turned toward the forest, and began to pick his way over the tumbled scar. "He sighed....Then, with the martyred expression of a parent who has to keep up with the senseless ebullience of the children, he picked up the conch, turned toward the forest, and began to pick his way over the tumbled scar. Piggy Piggy

10 "...something like a great ape was sitting asleep with its head between its knees....and the creature lifted its head, holding toward them the ruin of a face. "...something like a great ape was sitting asleep with its head between its knees....and the creature lifted its head, holding toward them the ruin of a face. Parachutist Parachutist

11 "The water rose farther and dressed [his] coarse hair with brightness. The line of his cheek silvered and the turn of his shoulders became sculptured marble. The strange attendant creatures, with their fiery eyes and trailing vapors,busied themselves round his head. "The water rose farther and dressed [his] coarse hair with brightness. The line of his cheek silvered and the turn of his shoulders became sculptured marble. The strange attendant creatures, with their fiery eyes and trailing vapors,busied themselves round his head. Simon Simon

12 leader of the savages and the chorus leader of the savages and the chorus Jack Jack

13 Intellectual Intellectual Piggy Piggy

14 dark, furtive boy; kills Piggy dark, furtive boy; kills Piggy Roger Roger

15 "mouse-colored" littlun "mouse-colored" littlun Percivial Wemys Madison Percivial Wemys Madison

16 choir boy next in size to Jack choir boy next in size to Jack Maurice Maurice

17 leader with the conch leader with the conch Ralph Ralph

18 littlun lost during the fire littlun lost during the fire Boy with mulberry birthmark Boy with mulberry birthmark

19 discoverer of the beast discoverer of the beast Simon Simon

20 Twin Twin Samneric Samneric

21 adult who rescues the boy adult who rescues the boy Officer Officer

22 The first two boys on the island introduced to the reader are (a) Roger and Piggy; (b) Ralph and Jack; (c) Piggy and Ralph. The first two boys on the island introduced to the reader are (a) Roger and Piggy; (b) Ralph and Jack; (c) Piggy and Ralph. Piggy and Ralph Piggy and Ralph

23 While wandering on the beach, the boys find (a) wreckage of their plane; (b) a conch; (c) a parachute. While wandering on the beach, the boys find (a) wreckage of their plane; (b) a conch; (c) a parachute. A conch A conch

24 The first symbol of the island government is the (a) choir boys caps; (b) conch; (c)pigs head. The first symbol of the island government is the (a) choir boys caps; (b) conch; (c)pigs head. Conch Conch

25 When their plane crashes, the boys are going to (a) Europe for their summer vacation; (b) visit their fathers; (c) a safer place for the duration of the war. When their plane crashes, the boys are going to (a) Europe for their summer vacation; (b) visit their fathers; (c) a safer place for the duration of the war. A safer place for the duration of the war A safer place for the duration of the war

26 The scar which is constantly referred to in the novel is (a) the wreckage of the plane;(b) "the beastie"; (c) a large rocky area of the island where little grows. The scar which is constantly referred to in the novel is (a) the wreckage of the plane;(b) "the beastie"; (c) a large rocky area of the island where little grows. A larger rocky area of the island… A larger rocky area of the island…

27 The boys are (a) French; (b) British; (c) of several nationalities. The boys are (a) French; (b) British; (c) of several nationalities. British British

28 Simon is referred to as a mystic because he (a) cant communicate with the others;(b) claims to have the power to heal others; (c) has mysterious powers of perception. Simon is referred to as a mystic because he (a) cant communicate with the others;(b) claims to have the power to heal others; (c) has mysterious powers of perception. Has mysterious powers of perception Has mysterious powers of perception

29 Jack becomes possessed by the desire to (a) be rescued; (b) hunt; (c) find shelter. Jack becomes possessed by the desire to (a) be rescued; (b) hunt; (c) find shelter. Hunt Hunt

30 A fire is to be burned at all times for (a) warmth; (b) protection from the beast; (c) a signal for rescue. A fire is to be burned at all times for (a) warmth; (b) protection from the beast; (c) a signal for rescue. A signal for rescue A signal for rescue

31 The only one who remains to help Ralph with the building of the huts is (a) Simon;(b) Jack; (c) Piggy. The only one who remains to help Ralph with the building of the huts is (a) Simon;(b) Jack; (c) Piggy. Simon Simon

32 Jack is intent when he hunts because (a)the animals represent a threat to the boys; (b) it is an appealing sport; (c) he becomes overwhelmed by the compulsion to track down and kill prey. Jack is intent when he hunts because (a)the animals represent a threat to the boys; (b) it is an appealing sport; (c) he becomes overwhelmed by the compulsion to track down and kill prey. He becomes overwhelmed by the compulsion… He becomes overwhelmed by the compulsion…

33 "Grownups know things....Theyd meet and have tea and discuss. Then things ud be all right." These words are spoken by (a) Ralph; (b) Piggy; (c) Jack. "Grownups know things....Theyd meet and have tea and discuss. Then things ud be all right." These words are spoken by (a) Ralph; (b) Piggy; (c) Jack. Piggy Piggy

34 The sign which "came down from the world of grownups" is (a) the naval officer who rescued the boys; (b) the wreckage of a plane; (c) a parachutist. The sign which "came down from the world of grownups" is (a) the naval officer who rescued the boys; (b) the wreckage of a plane; (c) a parachutist. A parachutist A parachutist

35 The "beast from the air" is first sighted by (a) Jack; (b) Simon; (c) Samneric. The "beast from the air" is first sighted by (a) Jack; (b) Simon; (c) Samneric. Samneric Samneric

36 The twins think they see the beast, but it is really a (a) wild boar; (b) dead man and a parachute; (c) pigs head. The twins think they see the beast, but it is really a (a) wild boar; (b) dead man and a parachute; (c) pigs head. Dead man and a parachute Dead man and a parachute

37 The boys who climb the mountain with Jack to view the beast are (a) Ralph and Simon; (b) Ralph and Roger; (c) Piggy and Ralph. The boys who climb the mountain with Jack to view the beast are (a) Ralph and Simon; (b) Ralph and Roger; (c) Piggy and Ralph. Ralph and Roger Ralph and Roger

38 During the night, Simon often sneaks off to (a) search for the beast; (b) explore the island; (c) think in his private place. During the night, Simon often sneaks off to (a) search for the beast; (b) explore the island; (c) think in his private place. Think in his private place Think in his private place

39 During the mock hunt, the position of the pig is willingly assumed by (a) Piggy; (b) Maurice; (c) Robert. During the mock hunt, the position of the pig is willingly assumed by (a) Piggy; (b) Maurice; (c) Robert. Robert Robert

40 All of the following actually participate in a hunt EXCEPT (a) Ralph; (b) Simon; (c) Percival. All of the following actually participate in a hunt EXCEPT (a) Ralph; (b) Simon; (c) Percival. Simon Simon

41 The boy whom Jack ties up and beats for an unrevealed crime is (a) Maurice; (b) Robert; (c) Wilfred. The boy whom Jack ties up and beats for an unrevealed crime is (a) Maurice; (b) Robert; (c) Wilfred. Wilfred Wilfred

42 "A taboo was revolving around that word too." The word referred to by this quotation is (a) beast; (b) fear; (c) Jack. "A taboo was revolving around that word too." The word referred to by this quotation is (a) beast; (b) fear; (c) Jack. Jack Jack

43 Henry is protected from the stones Roger is throwing by (a) Ralphs order; (b) the conditioning of civilization; (c) Ralphs innate kindness. Henry is protected from the stones Roger is throwing by (a) Ralphs order; (b) the conditioning of civilization; (c) Ralphs innate kindness. The conditioning of civilization The conditioning of civilization

44 After his dialogue with "the Lord of the Flies," Simon immediately (a) runs back to inform the others; (b) wanders off to his private place; (c) climbs the mountain to view the beast. After his dialogue with "the Lord of the Flies," Simon immediately (a) runs back to inform the others; (b) wanders off to his private place; (c) climbs the mountain to view the beast. Climbs the mountain to view the beast Climbs the mountain to view the beast

45 In the eyes of the pigs head Simon sees (a) victory; (b) cynicism of adult life; (c) desire for revenge. In the eyes of the pigs head Simon sees (a) victory; (b) cynicism of adult life; (c) desire for revenge. Cynicism of adult life Cynicism of adult life

46 Simons prediction to Ralph is that (a) the boys will kill someone; (b) the boys will be rescued; (c) order will be restored. Simons prediction to Ralph is that (a) the boys will kill someone; (b) the boys will be rescued; (c) order will be restored. The boys will be rescued The boys will be rescued

47 Percival claims that (a) there is no beast; (b) the beast is only Simon; (c) the beast came out of the sea. Percival claims that (a) there is no beast; (b) the beast is only Simon; (c) the beast came out of the sea. The beast came out of the sea The beast came out of the sea

48 Ralphs leadership fails because (a) he is a poor leader; (b) the boys fail to support their own rules which he attempts to uphold; (c) he will not listen to the boys. Ralphs leadership fails because (a) he is a poor leader; (b) the boys fail to support their own rules which he attempts to uphold; (c) he will not listen to the boys. The boys fail to support their own rules which he attempts to uphold The boys fail to support their own rules which he attempts to uphold

49 The conch is (a) destroyed by Jack; (b) thrown away by Ralph in his desperation; (c) destroyed with Piggy. The conch is (a) destroyed by Jack; (b) thrown away by Ralph in his desperation; (c) destroyed with Piggy. Destroyed with Piggy Destroyed with Piggy

50 Jack gets fire for his group by (a) stealing it from Ralph; (b) using Piggys glasses lens; (c) rubbing two sticks together. Jack gets fire for his group by (a) stealing it from Ralph; (b) using Piggys glasses lens; (c) rubbing two sticks together. Stealing it from Ralph Stealing it from Ralph

51 Samneric (a) remain with Ralph to the end; (b) are held against their will by Jack to the end; (c) finally support Jack. Samneric (a) remain with Ralph to the end; (b) are held against their will by Jack to the end; (c) finally support Jack. Finally support Jack Finally support Jack

52 Piggy is killed (a) as he crawls out of the forest; (b) at Castle Rock; (c) in the fight at the hut. Piggy is killed (a) as he crawls out of the forest; (b) at Castle Rock; (c) in the fight at the hut. At Castle Rock At Castle Rock

53 To escape from the savages, Ralph decides to (a) climb a tree; (b) run into the cave; (c) hide under the creepers. To escape from the savages, Ralph decides to (a) climb a tree; (b) run into the cave; (c) hide under the creepers. Hide under the creepers Hide under the creepers

54 The hunters leave the pigs head as a (a) warning to the others; (b) symbol of their unity; (c) gift for the beast. The hunters leave the pigs head as a (a) warning to the others; (b) symbol of their unity; (c) gift for the beast. Gift for the beast Gift for the beast

55 Jack attempts to catch Ralph by (a) enticing him to join the group; (b) setting the island on fire; (c) setting traps all over the island. Jack attempts to catch Ralph by (a) enticing him to join the group; (b) setting the island on fire; (c) setting traps all over the island. Setting the island on fire Setting the island on fire

56 In the presence of the naval officer, the boys (a) are belligerent; (b) continue to attack Ralph; (c) are ashamed and cry. In the presence of the naval officer, the boys (a) are belligerent; (b) continue to attack Ralph; (c) are ashamed and cry. Are ashamed and cry Are ashamed and cry

57 The officer sees Jack as a (a) painted savage; (b) little red-headed boy; (c) natural leader. The officer sees Jack as a (a) painted savage; (b) little red-headed boy; (c) natural leader. Little red-headed boy Little red-headed boy


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