1 Lord of the Flies 1 st Semester Final Exam Study Guide Review
2 Whose responsibility is it to maintain the first signal fire?
3 Whose responsibility is it to maintain the first signal fire? The hunters
4 What powers does Jack give to the beast afer Simon s murder?
5 What powers does Jack give to the beast afer Simon s murder? Immortality and the power to change shape
6 The boys are on the island because
7 The boys are on the island because their plane was shot down
8 The boy with the mulberry birthmark who was fearful of the snake- thing
9 The boy with the mulberry birthmark who was fearful of the snake- thing disappears in the fire.
10 Where does the beast go during the day, according to one linlun?
11 Where does the beast go during the day, according to one linlun? into the ocean
12 The conch shell becomes a symbol of
13 The conch shell becomes a symbol of authority
14 Who is the only character that speaks to the Lord of the Flies?
15 Who is the only character that speaks to the Lord of the Flies? Simon
16 What lures the navy ship to the island?
17 What lures the navy ship to the island? The fire in the jungle
18 Simon recognizes that the beast
19 Simon recognizes that the beast is within each of them
20 When Piggy is killed, what else is destroyed?
21 When Piggy is killed, what else is destroyed? The conch shell
22 AFer he was chosen as leader, what did Ralph do?
23 AFer he was chosen as leader, what did Ralph do? Name Jack the leader of the hunters
24 What object does Ralph clutch when he talks about Simon s murder?
25 What object does Ralph clutch when he talks about Simon s murder? The conch shell
26 Who is the only boy to kill someone on the island by himself?
27 Who is the only boy to kill someone on the island by himself? Roger
28 What does Jack suggest the boys use as the pig in their dance- like reenactment of the hunt?
29 What does Jack suggest the boys use as the pig in their dance- like reenactment of the hunt? a linlun
30 Which boy would rather hunt than build huts?
31 Which boy would rather hunt than build huts? Jack
32 Where is Jack s tribe headquarters? At the Castle Rock
33 What tool or tools do the boys use to make fire?
34 What tool or tools do the boys use to make fire? Piggy s glasses
35 What is the boys home country?
36 What is the boys home country? England
37 Who kills Piggy?
38 Who kills Piggy? Roger
39 What surrounds Simon s body as it floats into the sea?
40 What surrounds Simon s body as it floats into the sea? Glowing fish
41 Jack impales the sow s head on a swck
42 Jack impales the sow s head on a swck as a gif to the beast.
43 Who tells Jack where Ralph is hiding in Chapter 12?
44 Who tells Jack where Ralph is hiding in Chapter 12? Sam and Eric
45 The naval officer s comment about the boys fun and games is an example of
46 The naval officer s comment about the boys fun and games is an example of irony
47 Pure Goodness?
48 Simon Pure Goodness?
50 Roger Evil?
52 Piggy Intelligence?
53 Fair Leadership?
54 Ralph Fair Leadership?
55 The evil residing within everyone?
56 The evil residing within everyone? The Beast
57 Status of social order
58 Piggy s glasses Status of social order
59 Order, Democracy
60 conch Order, Democracy
61 Savagery, anarchy
62 Savagery, anarchy
63 Jack Savagery, anarchy
64 When the reader knows more than the characters
65 DramaWc Irony When the reader knows more than the characters
66 A person or animal who takes part in the acwon of a literary work
67 character A person or animal who takes part in the acwon of a literary work
68 Prose wriwng that tells about imaginary characters and events
69 ficwon Prose wriwng that tells about imaginary characters and events
70 Central meaning of a literary work
71 theme Central meaning of a literary work
72 Flat character Possess only one or two traits
73 Does not change during the story
74 StaWc character Does not change during the story
75 Fully developed with both good and bad traits revealed
76 Round Character Fully developed with both good and bad traits revealed
77 Changes during the story
78 Dynamic Character Changes during the story
79 Which character(s) would be an example of a round character?
80 Which character(s) would be an example of a round character? Jack Ralph Piggy
81 Which character(s) would be an example of a flat character?
82 Which character(s) would be an example of a flat character? Simon Samneric
83 Which character would be an example of a dynamic character?
84 Which character would be an example of a dynamic character? Jack Piggy
85 Which character would be an example of a stawc character? Ralph Simon Samneric
86 What makes Lord of the Flies an allegory?
87 What makes Lord of the Flies an allegory? It tells a story but also teaches a lesson.
88 Which of these is an allusion in Lord of the Flies?
89 Which of these is an allusion in Lord of the Flies? Coral Island (referenced by the naval officer when rescuing the boys)
90 Who is the antagonist of this novel?
91 Who is the antagonist of this novel? Jack
92 Who is Ralph s foil?
93 Who is Ralph s foil? Jack
94 What is an example of internal conflict in Lord of the Flies?
95 What is an example of internal conflict in Lord of the Flies? The linluns having nightmares
96 Which is an example of external conflict?
97 Which is an example of external conflict? Roger kills Piggy. Jack hunwng the pig. Jack hunwng Ralph.
98 Who is the narrator of The Lord of the Flies?
99 Who is the narrator of The Lord of the Flies? omniscient narrator
100 Se_ng is the and of the story.
101 Se_ng is the Wme and place of the story.
102 What is a theme of Lord of the Flies?
103 What are the themes of Lord of the Flies? If society is taken away, then the inner nature comes out and chaos will erupt.
104 What are the themes of Lord of the Flies? If society is taken away, then the inner nature comes out and chaos will erupt. Each person has an evil nature and is capable of commi_ng horrible crimes.
105 What are the themes of Lord of the Flies? If society is taken away, then the inner nature comes out and chaos will erupt. Each person has an evil nature and is capable of commi_ng horrible crimes. The beast lives in everyone.
106 Plot Diagram
107 Who Said It? What I mean is it s only us. We could be sort of free. The thing is, we need an assembly. What are we? Humans? Animals? Savages? They don t smell me. They see me, I think. Something pink, under the trees. They re going to hunt you tomorrow.
108 Who Said It? What I mean is it s only us. We could be sort of free. Simon The thing is, we need an assembly. What are we? Humans? Animals? Savages? They don t smell me. They see me, I think. Something pink, under the trees. They re going to hunt you tomorrow.
109 Who Said It? What I mean is it s only us. We could be sort of free. Simon The thing is, we need an assembly. Ralph What are we? Humans? Animals? Savages? They don t smell me. They see me, I think. Something pink, under the trees. They re going to hunt you tomorrow.
110 Who Said It? What I mean is it s only us. We could be sort of free. Simon The thing is, we need an assembly. Ralph What are we? Humans? Animals? Savages? Piggy They don t smell me. They see me, I think. Something pink, under the trees. They re going to hunt you tomorrow.
111 Who Said It? What I mean is it s only us. We could be sort of free. Simon The thing is, we need an assembly. Ralph What are we? Humans? Animals? Savages? Piggy They don t smell me. They see me, I think. Something pink, under the trees. Jack They re going to hunt you tomorrow.
112 Who Said It? What I mean is it s only us. We could be sort of free. Simon The thing is, we need an assembly. Ralph What are we? Humans? Animals? Savages? Piggy They don t smell me. They see me, I think. Something pink, under the trees. Jack They re going to hunt you tomorrow. Samneric
113 Dies when a rock falls on him
114 Piggy Dies when a rock falls on him
115 Is the elected leader of the group
116 Is the elected leader of the group Ralph
117 Is the most evil character
118 Roger Is the most evil character
119 Puts his own lust for hunwng ahead of everyone else s needs
120 Puts his own lust for hunwng ahead of everyone else s needs Jack
121 Sees people for what they really are
122 Sees people for what they really are Simon
123 Represents the power- hungry dictator in society
124 Represents the power- hungry dictator in society Jack
125 Represents the myswc philosophers in society
126 Represents the myswc philosophers Simon in society
127 Represents the good- hearted, rule- following leaders in society
128 Represents the good- hearted, rule- following leaders in society Ralph
129 Represents the evil figures in society
130 Represents the evil figures in society Roger
131 Represents the scienwfic scholars in society
132 Represents the scienwfic scholars in society Piggy
133 FIRST Ralph is elected leader.
134 SECOND A small boy with a birthmark goes missing.
135 THIRD A parachute drags a body out to sea.
136 FOURTH Roger sharpens a swck at both ends for Ralph.
137 FIFTH A naval officer rescues a group of children.
139 Essay QuesWon Choose ONE 1. The sow s head and the conch shell each wield a certain kind of power over the boys. In what ways do these objects powers differ? In what way is Lord of the Flies a novel about power? About the power of symbols? About the power of a person to use symbols to control a group?
140 2. What role do the linluns play in the novel? In one respect, they serve as gauges of the older boys moral posiwons, for we see whether an older boy is kind or cruel based on how he treats the linluns. But are the linluns important in and of themselves? What might they represent?
141 3. Suppose the plot of Lord of the Flies involved a planeload of girls, or a mixed group of girls and boys, instead of all boys. Do you think the same violent and cruel tendencies would have emerged on the island? Explain your answer in detail. If you think the outcome would have been different, explain how and why.
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