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1 Lord of the Flies Chronolog Fill in each blank in the following chronology to keep track of the basic events of the plot, focus your reading, and prepare for reading checks. Chapter One: The Sound of the Shell : 1. The boy with fair hair is named. 2. The boys were stranded on the island after a. 3. The caused a good deal of destruction on the island that Golding describes as a. It is later dragged out to sea. 4. Back in the world, Piggy lives with. He suffers from. 5. Ralph is years old. 6. Piggy eats a great deal of fruit, resulting in. 7. Ralph s father is. 8. The boys left England due to. 9. Ralph finds a, but he doesn t know what it is. knows its name. 10. blows the to gather the other boys on the island. 11. Piggy and Ralph meet twin boys named and. 12. A red-haired boy named arrives, leading a group of boys who belonged to. 13. faints. 14. The boys elect their leader, even though the choir supports. 15.,, and explore the island together.

2 16. Jack finds that he cannot, but he promises to do so next time. Chapter Two: Fire on the Mountain : 1. The boys decide to use to provide orderly discussion during meetings. comes up with this idea. 2. A littlun, physically distinguished by on his face talks about being afraid of. 3. does not believe in a beast; says he will hunt it. 4. The first major plan determined through meeting is. 5. The boys start a fire by. 6. Jack states that the boys should be able to do anything because they are. 7. The boys plan turns destructive when. 8. goes missing after the fire. Chapter Three: Huts on the Beach : 1. The chapter begins with a description of s physical change. 2. and are the only boys who seriously work toward building shelters. 3. doesn t help with the shelters because he is too busy. 4. Jack remarks that when he is hunting, he feels as though. 5. While the others work, play, and talk walks off by himself to a place deep in.

3 Chapter Four: Painted Faces and Long Hair : 1. and destroy the sand castles created by two littluns. 2. After destroying the sand castles, throws rocks at a littlun, but he does not hit the littlun because. 3. Jack discovers that he can hunt more effectively by. 4. The boys continue to treat as an outsider. 5. Ralph spots, but he notices that is not going because. 6. Upon killing the pig, Jack asks Ralph to help him mark the occasion through. 7. In frustration, Jack hits causing. 8. Surprisingly, Jack to. 9. In telling the story of the hunt, Jack and the hunters. 10. After this, Ralph. Chapter Five: Beast from Water : 1. This new meeting must be, not. 2. Ralph notices that he can t like Piggy can. 3. Ralph discusses four problems in the meeting:

4 4. Piggy notes that the only fear can come if they. 5. The littlun Percival recites, bothering some of the others. 6. Percival says the beast comes from. 7. Simon hypothesizes that the beast is. 8. Ralph won t for fear that it might not work. 9. tells Ralph to keep being chief. Chapter Six: Beast from Air : 1. A falls from the sky. 2. and mistake for the beast. 3. joins Jack to hunt the beast. 4. Upon approaching the unexplored, rocky part of the island, volunteers to go first and follows him. 5. likes the new part of the island; does not. Chapter Seven: Shadows and Tall Trees : 1. Ralph notices that, besides being filthy and unkempt, he has begun. 2. Simon predicts that Ralph. 3. Ralph feels the excitement of the hunt when he. 4. During the ritual re-enactment of the hunt, the boys come close to hurting. 5. The boys don t wait for before encountering the beast. 6. returns to Piggy. 7. and climb the mountain to confront the beast. joins them. Chapter Eight: Gift for the Darkness : 1. blows the conch to call a meeting. 2. Jack calls Ralph a.

5 3. Jack calls a veto to impeach Ralph, but. Unhappy, Jack. 4. After the splitting of the boys, Ralph, Simon, and Piggy propose three different plans: Ralph: Simon: Piggy: 5. proposes making a list of the remaining boys. 6. Jack suggests that the boys the beast. 7. The hunters kill. 8. The hunters want to make a cooking fire, but. 9. Jack commands Roger to sharpen a stick at both ends, meaning. 10. The Lord of the Flies is. 11. The hunters return to the beach to. 12. Piggy thought the hunters had returned to steal. Chapter Nine: A View to a Death : 1. Simon questions the Lord of the Flies, but. 2. Simon confronts the beast and discovers that. 3. and seek the hunters. 4. At the hunters part of the island, Jack is. 5. Jack gives Ralph and Piggy. 6. Jack says that the conch. 7. The boys notice that the sky is threatening. 8. During the celebration of the hunt, the boys. 9. floats away on the sea.

6 Chapter Ten: The Shell and the Glasses : 1. and are the only biguns left with Ralph and Piggy. 2. Ralph says that what happened to Simon was, but Piggy says it was. Piggy tells Ralph not to tell Samneric about. 3. Roger to defend the hunters camp. 4. Jack disciplines Wilfred by. 5. The hunters believe Simon was. 6. Ralph forgets about, but reminds him. 7. The hunters return to Ralph s camp to steal. Piggy thought they wanted. Chapter Eleven: Castle Rock : 1. Piggy insists that Ralph. 2. Piggy carries as they approach the hunters camp. 3. When the boys first arrive at Castle Rock, is not there. 4. Ralph calls Jack a. 5. The hunters capture. 6. What happens to Piggy and who does it? 7. breaks. Chapter Twelve: Cry of the Hunters : 1. Ralph hides. 2. Ralph tries to convince himself that what happened to Piggy was. 3. Ralph encounters, but it has decomposed.

7 4. are part of the hunters tribe now. 5. Samneric says that Roger intends to, but this confuses Ralph. 6. reveal Ralph s hiding place. 7. The hunters try to capture Ralph by. 8. On the beach, Ralph encounters. 9. The officer asks who the boss of the island is. Ralph says.

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