1. The boys arrive on the island after their plane crashes during an evacuation from an area later destroyed by an atomic bomb.
2. Piggy finds the conch and Ralph blows it to summon everyone else on the Island. They are all young boys (between 6 and 12 years old), there are no females or adults.
3. The first meeting is held and the boys specify what is needed for them to survive on the island.
4. Ralph is elected leader (chief) through a democratic vote. It is also decided that the conch must be held in order to speak in meetings, the conch becomes a symbol of democracy.
5. Jack and his choir form the hunting party in order to hunt pigs for food.
6. Tension between Jack, the antagonist who only wants to hunt and kill, grows between Ralph, the protagonist who continues to believe that they must try and survive and try to get off of the island.
7. Talk of a "Beastie" forms on the island. A dead parachutist lands on the Island one night and Sam and Eric spot him and think he is 'the beast'.
8. Jack, sick of Ralph and the society he's created, forms a new tribe and most of the boys follow him. Jack proclaims himself new chief.
9. Jack and his hunters viciously kill a mother pig, cut off its head and leave it as a sacrifice for the "Beastie".
10. The Jack invites everyone who hasn't joined his tribe to a feast where they eat the pig.
11. Simon discovers that the best is not a creature, but the evil that is inside every human. However, when he goes to tell the boys this, he is murdered by all of the boys after being mistaken for the "Beastie" at the feast.
12. Samneric (Sam and Eric) are forced to join Jack.
13. Ralph and Jack fight
14. Piggy is killed by Roger
15. The conch is destroyed after is falls, symbolizing the end of civilization and democracy on the island.
16. Ralph is alone and Jacks tribe sets out to kill him as they did the pig. They set fire to the forest in order to drive Ralph out of his hiding place.
17. A Naval Officer arrives after seeing the smoke from the forest fire. Ralph and the others start to cry in front of the slightly embarrassed officer.
How does the series of events in Ralph's lord of the flies luminaire this character
Yawn, this yet another example of something which is not a specific question but is in fact an assignment set by yourteacher for you to complete.
Samneric is the term used toward the end of "Lord of the Flies" to refer to the twins Sam and Eric. As events grow more chaotic, the twins' identities merge.
In lord of the flies the "lord" is the pigs head which Jack put on the stake.
ralph relcutance to use the conch
The "Lord of the Flies" symbolizes the devil. The legitimate meaning of the "lord of the flies" from the Bible, is Beelzebub, or the devil.
No, the Island is the setting where the plot and main events take place.
The Lord of the Flies represents evil or the devil. :)
How is Simon from lord of the flies?
Lord of the Flies is a novel by William Golding. In Lord of the Flies Simon and Piggy die.
The flies are the children that are misguided by the Lord of the Flies(Satan). Since flies are easily controlled such as children, The Lord of the Flies sways the children into insanity
in lord of the flies, the pig that the kids killed is the lord of the flies. it is a pig on a stick sharpened at both ends and it ends up rotting, and then flies swarm it. that is how it got its name.
Nothing is good in Lord of the Flies!Simon is considered 'good' in the LOTF. This is because he is able to foreshadow the upcoming events, and acts as a spiritual soul connected to nature. He is kind, sensitive and respectful to his surroundings.
The genre of lord of the flies is Action
what are the themes of Lord of the Flies?
The scar in Lord of the Flies is the crash.
The lord of the flies is piggy, i think.
"the lord of the flies"
There are no poems in the novel Lord of the Flies.
The Lord of Flies was created in 1983.
The major conflict is Ralph, who represents civility, versus Jack Merridew, who represents chaos and savagery.
This is not a question, it is an instruction from your teacher which you should follow.
the tone of lord of the flies is serious and depressing
William Golding wrote the Lord of The Flies