Lord of the Flies

LOTFNous commençons une nouvelle livre, The Lord of the Flies, écrit par William Golding en 1954.

J’étais encore conseillée par jeune Monsieur DeHart, qui montre un goût unique pour ce qui est de la littérature. Nous lisons en cercle, prenant nos tours, page par page. Notre devoir aujourd’hui, c’est pour chaque étudiant de trouver trois mots vocabulaires uniques et un situation unique. Ces aspects de l’histoire enrichiront notre pièce, Les Aventures de Sartre, cependant en cours. Pour clarification, vous pouvez aussi utiliser SparkNotes. S’il vous plait, notez vos idées ici comme Comments, à la fin de notre temps ensemble.

Vendredi, comme récompense pour votre travaille, nous regarderons la filme Lord of the Flies, fait par James Aubrey en 1963. Un version plus moderne (fait en 1990) existe, mais c’est moins précis concernant l’histoire.


95 thoughts on “Lord of the Flies

  1. Why did the boys want to kill the best?

    Glum- silent or sullen. Thickets- a dense growth of small trees, shrubs, and similar plants. Corpulent- physically bulky; fat.

    pg. 219

  2. Smarten; to make more trim or spruce
    Flap; to swing or sway back and forth loosely,
    Devastated; to lay waste; render desolate.
    What are they fight at the begin at the chapter ten?

  3. Waxy- pliable, yielding, or impressionable. Scowled- to draw down or contract the brows in a sullen, displeased, or angry manner. Trembling- to vibrate with short slight movements; quiver.
    What was making the “zup” noise?

  4. multitudinous- very numerous
    ch. 10- Why did Jack steal Piggy’s glasses?
    ch.11-Why is Sam scared of Jack’s face paint?

  5. passion;Strong and barely controllable emotion.
    A currently circulating story or report of uncertain or doubtful truth: “they were.
    unquenchable; quenchless: impossible to quench; “unquenchable thirst.
    what was ralph and piggy thinking about?

  6. What is the Last thing that Piggy Said.
    A:”Can t we all just get along.”
    B:”For a bunch of primal beasts I expected better of you.”
    C:”Which is better to have laws and agree, or to hunt and kill.”
    F:”Is that a Rock?”
    Myopia-A lack of foresight or discernment : a narrow view of something.
    Simmer-To stew gently below or just at the boiling point
    Quenelle-a poached oval dumpling of pureed forcemeat (as of pike) often served in a cream sauce

  7. What is happening in the sky in the begin of chapter nine?
    Glistening; to reflect a sparkling light.
    Dully;not sharp; blunt.
    Corpulent; large or bulky of body.

  8. hither: To or toward this place.
    thither: To or toward that place.
    foliage: Plant leaves, collectively.

    Who swung at Ralph with a spear? pg:255

  9. Ululation: Howling as a dog.
    Trindles: Wheels, especially of a wheelbarrow.
    Loathing: Strong disliking.

    Why didn’t Ralph take a bath?

  10. Fringe- A decorative border of thread ,or the like, usually hanging loosely from a raveled edge.
    Unconvincingly- Persuading or assuring by argument or evidence.
    Elaborate- Marked by intricate and often excessive detail.
    What happened to Ralph’s leg?

  11. What drew the attention of the landing party to the Island?
    A:Loud screams
    B:Smoke on the water.
    C:Smoke from the fire.
    D:The 911-Call
    F:An Old Navy sale

    Jeer- to speak or cry out with derision or mockery.
    Gibber-to speak rapidly, inarticulately, and often foolishly.
    Ravenously-very eager or greedy for food.

  12. Why were Jack and his hunters trying to kill Ralph?
    swollen; larger or rounder in size typically as a result an accumulation of fluid.
    glimpsed;Had momentary or partial view.”she caught a glimpse of the ocean.
    greenery;green foliage, growing plants, or vegetation.

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