O. K., obviously not our Lord of the Flies, but interesting anyway...

Taking notes for an open notes quiz? I would concentrate on the scene where the boys take the fire. Know what Piggy was worried they would take. Pay attention to what Ralph is starting to forget. Who the heck is Simon talking to? What is the Lord of the Flies in this book? What happens to Simon at the very end of the book?

Look! Lord of the Flies cookies!

Lord Of The Flies Quotes by Chapter - Ralph, Piggy, Jack

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This is the real allusion that Golding is wanting. The book has three characters: Ralph, Jack, and Peterkin. The use of Ralph and Jack in Lord of the Flies is done on purpose. In this book, the three protagonists are civilized British boys that get shipwrecked and land on an island. Despite the fact that they are surrounded by savages, they stay civilized. Golding wants to show the opposite in his book. This book is alluded to twice. The next one comes at the end of the book. It will be a test question!

Famous William Golding’s novel Lord of the Flies was written in 1954

The author of Lord of the Flies, William Golding, was born September 19, 1911 and died June 19, 1993. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature. He fought in World War II in the Royal Navy (British) and was part of the sinking of the Germany battleship, the Bismarck (this is a very famous ship). He also stormed the beach in Normandy on D-Day. He spent most of his life teaching and writing. It seems all authors have some scandal or oddity and Golding is no different. When he was 18 he attempted to rape a 15 year old girl, but was unsuccessful.

The True Lord of the Flies

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In a book, it is usually important when a character says something is going to happen. It either is foreshadowing what is to come or it reveals something about the character. Here are some of the predictions in Lord of the Flies.

Lord of the Flies by William Golding - Goodreads

Each chapter has a summary quiz. If you really know your stuff, you can complete them with ease. These are not mine, but came from It is a great site loaded with more information about Lord of the Flies.

Lord of the Flies Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis - LitCharts