After the attack, the narrator takes his wife to Leatherhead to stay with relatives until the Martians are killed; upon returning home, he sees first hand what the Martians have been assembling: The tripods smash through the army units now positioned around the crater and attack the surrounding communities.
A second boy soon joins the first.
The first boy is tall, handsome, and athletic. The second is fat and wears glasses. The boys discuss what happened and how they got to the jungle.
They wonder if any of the other schoolboys on the flight survived. The boys are nameless. Names are a product of society, which the boys have now left. Active Themes The fat boy asks the tall boy his name. The tall boy answers, Ralph. The fat boy follows, but can barely keep up because of his asthma.
When the fat boy starts eating some fruit, Ralph slips away and finds a beautiful beach. Ralph ignores the fat boy because the boy is fat and weak.
Even in paradise, human nature is prejudiced against weakness. Active Themes Eventually the fat boy finds Ralph and proposes they call a meeting and make a list of everyone who survived. He lets slip that in school people called him Piggy.
Piggy begs Ralph not to tell anyone. Piggy, the weak boy, tries to win the friendship of Ralph, the strong boy. Active Themes The boys keep exploring.
But Piggy is fairly certain that no one knows where they landed. Piggy says they have to do something. Just then, Ralph spots a huge conch shell. Piggy realizes they can use it as a trumpet.
Ralph blows, and a huge blast sounds. Though weak, Piggy is smarter than Ralph. He comes up with the idea for the meeting and using the conch. By blowing the conch, Ralph and Piggy both become civilizing forces: All the boys gather on the beach: A group of the older boys are members of a choir, dressed in black.
Their leader is Jack, a redhead who tries to take control of the meeting. One of the boys in the choir, Simon, faints.
Jack soon tells Piggy to shut up, and calls him "Fatty. Ralph plays along, wanting to seem strong. Active Themes The boys decide to vote for a leader.
Everyone in the choir votes for Jack, but all the other boys vote for Ralph because he blew the conch. To keep Jack happy, Ralph says that the choir will be hunters and Jack will lead them. As the conch-blower, Ralph symbolizes civilization.
But Ralph realizes he must keep Jack happy: Active Themes Ralph decides the boys must explore their island.The Ghost in the Shell (2 Book Series) to The Ghost in the Shell Vol. 1 Due to its large file size, this book may take longer to download See the Best Books of the MonthReviews: Lord of the Flies Chapter 1 Worksheet – Reading comprehension worksheet on chapter 1 of Lord of the Flies.
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Lord of the Flies Study Guide Chapter One 1. Why is the chapter entitled “The Sound of the Shell”? 2. What is Ralph’s attitude toward Piggy in the first chapter?
3. What is the significance of Piggy’s plea to join the expedition? 4. Why is Ralph elected chief? ANALYSIS Even though Lord of the Flies and Klingova’s untitled short story have entirely different storylines, there are some similarities, regarding what changes the characters are experiencing, not only internally but on the outside as well.
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