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LOTF Ch 9 Questions

Lord of the Flies Chapter 9 A View to a Death

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What was the "cannon" that "continued to play" throughout chapter 9? the thunder from the storm but symbolically it could be thought of as the war between the boys from the different sides the island(p.145)
Who sat, like an idol, painted and garlanded, in the center of the lawn? Jack (p.149)
During the party, evening had come, not with calm and beauty, but with the __________ _____ ______________. threat of violence (p.150)
At the party, who acted like the pig? Roger (p.151-152)
What happened to the parachutist? during the storm the wind filled the parachute so it "filled and moved" over the trees, falling down to the beach where the body was taken out to sea (p.153)
Who was killed because the boys thought he was the beast? Simon (p.152-153)
What happened to the body on the beach? "Simon's dead body moved out toward the open sea." His body was pulled out into the sea by the waves on the beach. (p.154)
Who said it? "Do our dance! Come on! Dance!" Jack (p.151)
Who said it? "P'raps we ought to go too...I mean to make sure nothing happens." Piggy (p.148)
Created by: ldorso