In lord of the flies what does the littlun see moving in the jungle at night?
He sees a snake beastie thing in the jungle.
The littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face was the first boy to mention the snake-thing or beastie. He mentioned it at the meeting in chapter 2: Fire on the Mountain. The littlun he said that he'd seen during the previous night and he was worried that it might return and try to eat him.
The first instance of frightened boy talking to the assembly occurs in chapter 2: Fire on the Mountain. The littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face has his words relayed by Piggy and tells of seeing a snake-thing the previous night. The littlun asks what they are going to do about the snake-thing and asks if it will return again. Later in the book another frightened littlun, by the name of Percival Wemys…
There are an unspecified number of littluns who are aged around six but I am guessing that you are referring to the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face. He was the boy who first mentioned the snake-thing or beastie, which he said he had seen during the night and which had tried to eat him. It is assumed that like all of the other boys he went to the top of the…
You haven't stated which boy you mean. I am assuming you are referring to the littlun in chapter two: The sound of the conch. The littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face tells the assembly of boys that he saw a snake-thing or beastie. He also asks what the boys intend to do about the snake-thing and whether it will return during the coming night.
During the meeting which took place in chapter 2 a littlun with a mulberry coloured birthmark on his face raised two concerns. Firstly he wanted to know what they (the bigger boys presumably) were going to do about the snake-thing. Secondly he wanted to know if it was going to return during the coming night.
The littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face spoke at the second assembly. Piggy had to kneel next to him and relay what he was saying to the rest of the boys. He mentioned seeing a snake-thing and asked what they were going to do about it and whether it would return the next night. In chapter 5:Beast from Water two littluns also spoke about the beast. Phil spoke confidently of seeing something…
the major themes: Civilization: clothes, conch, glasses Savagery: Lord of the Flies, spears, paint Fear: the darkness of night, beast, jungle Comfort: fire, shelter, light, meat, having other people Setting: boat shape island, jungle, night and day Character: Jack (savage, dark, dictator) Piggy (science, superego civilized, order, parasite) Ralph (leader, ego, bridge between the two, host) Simon ( naturally good, pure, Innocent sacrifice, temptation
Other than aksing for names Piggy doesn't interact with any small boy in chapter one. In chapter two, when the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face is asked about what he claims to have seen the previous night, Piggy knelt by the small boy and relayed what he said to the rest of the boys.
In the text of the book the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face raises two question. He asks what the boys intend to do about the snake-thing and also asks will it return the coming night. Symbolically he raises other issues, such as why didn't anyone even know what his name was and why was the exact number of boys never determined?