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Q: What question does Littlun with the birthmark raise?
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What question does the littlun with the birthmark ask?

he asks what they are going to do about the snake-thing(the beastie)


What do piggy Simon and the littlun with the birthmark have in common?

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In Lord of the Flies what do Piggy Simon and the littlun with the birthmark have in common in chapter 1?

Piggy, Simon and the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face have nothing in common in chapter one. The littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face isn't even mentioned in the book until chapter two. Eventually all Simon and Piggy die violent deaths and as the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face is never seen again after the fire got out of control on the mountain top, he too probably met an unpleasant death.


Which of the littluns are missing and who notices it?

i dont know whpo is missing


What do Piggy Simon and the littlun with the birthmark all have in common?

Piggy and Simon were both murdered and the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face dissapeared when the first fire on the mountain got out of control and he was never seen again, so presumably he also died.


Lord of the Flies What questions does the little kid with the birthmark raise?

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?


Lord of the flies what do piggy Simon and the littlun with the birthmark have in common chapter 2?

Is it that they all have nighmares about the beast im not sure (remember this in a chapter 2 question that i cant figue out)


Who is the first boy to disappear in Lord of the Flies?

The first boy to disappear in Lord of the Flies is the littlun' with the mulberry birthmark.


Who is the first boy to disappear in the lord of the flies?

a littlun is the first to disappear the boy with the birthmark on his face disappears in the fire signal.


In Lord of the Flies what question did littlun with the birthmark ask in chapter 2?

To quote directly from the book, Piggy, who was questioning the boy, reported... "He says he saw the beastie, the snake-thing, and will it come back-tonight?"


Does Taylor Lautner have a birthmark?

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What question does the littlun with the birthmark raise in Lord of the Flies?

He raise fear for evryone!!! not sure though. He tells every1 to fear the beastie =) he is a symbol of doubt and fear because then every1 thinks there is something out thereAnother answer: 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?Why did nobody bother to find out his name? The very fact that he had a mulberry coloured birthmark meant that he was noticed but nobody asked him for his name. Perhaps the fact that he had a birthmark somehow lessened his importance to the other boys, his disability somehow made him invisible. I suppose that he is an example of societies atitude towards disability.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?EDITActually, none of the littluns are named throughout the book because of their lack of importance. The significance of the mulberry birthmark was so that the boy was noticeable, rather than ignored. The distinguishable birthmark is what makes Piggy notice that the young boy has gone missing after the first fire which they fail to control - he's killed in the fire and therefore the first character death, followed by Simon and Piggy.SOURCESStudied at GCSE English.


What did the little one with the birthmark claim to see?

The littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face claimed to have seen a snake-thing, which he also refered to as a beastie, which he said came during the night. He was worried that it might return and eat him.


What happened to littlun with the scar on his facE?

It isn't directly mentioned, but Golding implies that the littleun with the birthmark was killed in the raging bonfire built in "Fire on the Mountain".


What happened to the littlun with the birthmark on his face in The Lord of the Flies?

It is believed that he died in the fire, or got lost from the rest of the boys and turned savage/wild. He never returns


Who is the littlun with the birthmark in Lord of the Flies?

The littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face was the first person to mention the 'snake-thing' or 'beastie.' He also dissapeared around the time that sparks from the first fire on the mountain top set fire toa patch of trees partway down the mountain. He was never seen again and presumably died. Nobody ever bothered to ask him what his name was.


What fear does one young boy express in Lord of the Flies?

In Lord of the Flies the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face raises two question. Firstly he asks what the boys intend to do about the snake-thing. Secondly he also asks will it return the coming night.


What fear does one young boy express in lord of flies?

In Lord of the Flies the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face raises two question. Firstly he asks what the boys intend to do about the snake-thing. Secondly he also asks will it return the coming night.


Who is the littlun with the birthmark in the Lord of the Flies?

In Lord of the Flies only one boys is mentioned as having a birth mark. The littlun who first raises the issue of the snake-thing is described as having one side of his face blotted out by a mulberry-coloured birthmark. Piggy noticed that the same small boy had disapeared at the end of chapter two, when sparks from the fire on the mountain top set alight to a pocket of jungle on the side of the mountain.


What happens to the littlun with the birthmark in Lord of the Flies?

In Lord of the Flies only one boys is mentioned as having a birth mark. The littlun who first raises the issue of the snake-thing is described as having one side of his face blotted out by a mulberry-coloured birthmark. Piggy noticed that the same small boy had disappeared at the end of chapter two, when sparks from the fire on the mountain top set alight to a pocket of jungle on the side of the mountain.


Biggest littlun in Lord of the Flies?

The biggest littlun is Henry.


What happens to littlun with the scar in his face in Lord of the Flies?

When the first fire that boys lit, on the mountain top, got out of control and spread to a pocket of trees partway down the mountain, Piggy noticed that the littlun with the birthmark on his face was missing. He was never seen again, so he was presumably killed by either the fire or by smoke from the fire.


Who saw the beast snake like thing in Lord of the Flies?

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.


In Lord of the Flies what do Piggy Simon and the littlun with the birthmark have in common?

they all die. Littlun with birthmark - in fire simon - murdered by the savages piggy - knocked off castle rock by roger's boulderThe boy with the birthmark doesn't die...... The boy with the birthmark, and Simon both die as a result of the savagery and lack of civil behavior of the boys. The boy with the birthmark dies because the boys had no sense of order and had not counted how many boys there were on the island.He was simply forgotten about and it is assumed that he dies. In Simon's case, he is murdered by the boys in a brutal onslaught. This is a display of the degree at which the boys have lost touch with reality and have indeed become savages.The death of both boys is also denied afterward by most of the boys. They do not wish to admit to their behavior. This shows that the boys still have a sense of wrong and right but the desire for blood-lust and uncivil behavior has taken over. They all are considered outcast amongst the rest of the children. Absolutely nothing, as the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face isn't even mentioned until chapter 2. What all three of them eventually have in common is that, presumably, all three of them died. Simon was beaten to death when he was mistaken for the 'beast.' Piggy was killed when he was knocked from the causeway by a boulder and the littlun with the birth marked face disappeared after the first fire got out of control, presumably killed by the fire or by smoke.


In Lord of the Flies who first suggests they are not on a good island?

Probably the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face when he raises the possibility that there might be something on the island, a thing which he refers to as a snake-thing or beastie, which wants to eat him.