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  1. Jeopardy Lord of the flies

  2. Jeopardy On to Double Jeopardy or final jeopardy

  3. characters - 100 • The first character to see the beast from water. Back to the Main Screen

  4. characters - 200 • The boy who found the conch in the water. Back to the Main Screen

  5. characters - 300 • The boy who violently tortured the sow as it was dying. Back to the Main Screen

  6. characters - 400 • The boy who was elected chief of the island. Back to the Main Screen

  7. characters - 500 • The boy who would hide under the mat deep in the forest, near the lord of the flies would be placed. Back to the Main Screen

  8. symbols - 100 • This object represented order on the island. Back to the Main Screen

  9. symbols - 200 • This object represented the inherent evil in mankind. Back to the Main Screen

  10. symbols - 300 • This “object” represented savagery within the boys Back to the Main Screen

  11. symbols - 400 • These represented knowledge and scientific reasoning. Back to the Main Screen

  12. symbols - 500 • This represented hope for the boys. Back to the Main Screen

  13. landscape - 100 • This is where the plane crashed on the island. Back to the Main Screen

  14. Landscape - 200 • This is where the boys first made camp and began building shelters. Back to the Main Screen

  15. landscape - 300 • This is where Jack established his camp when he separated his tribe from Ralph’s. Back to the Main Screen

  16. Landscape - 400 • This is where Ralph hid from Jack and his tribe as they hunted him. Back to the Main Screen

  17. Landscape - 500 • This is where the first signal fire was build, and where the young boy disappeared and was never seen again. Back to the Main Screen

  18. government - 100 • Jack symbolically represents what form of government? Back to the Main Screen

  19. government - 200 • Ralph symbolically represents what form of government? Back to the Main Screen

  20. Government - 300 • In the society of the island, what do the littluns represent? Back to the Main Screen

  21. government - 400 • As an expression of society on the island as a whole, what type of government rules by lawlessness? Back to the Main Screen

  22. Government - 500 • The destruction of this leads to the dissolution of any true form of leadership or government on the island. Back to the Main Screen

  23. religion - 100 • This object represents Satan or the savage evilness within mankind. Back to the Main Screen

  24. religion - 200 • This person is the “Christ” figure of the novel. Back to the Main Screen

  25. religion - 300 • This event represents the “original sin” of the boys on the island. Back to the Main Screen

  26. religion - 400 • If the island represented something Biblical, it would be this. Back to the Main Screen

  27. religion - 500 • The name “lord of the flies” is literally translated from this word, which is sometimes used as a name for Satan. Back to the Main Screen

  28. Double Jeopardy On to Final Jeopardy

  29. Character Traits - 200 • He was described as having light hair. He was the first to call Piggy by his hated nickname. Back to the Main Screen

  30. Character traits - 400 • He is described as ugly with red hair. He is the leader of the choir. Back to the Main Screen

  31. Character traits - 600 • This boy had black hair and preferred to be alone at night, wandering off into the forest. Back to the Main Screen

  32. Character traits - 800 • The boy was especially brutal, though he goes by unnoticed through the beginning of the novel. Back to the Main Screen

  33. Character traits - 1000 • This boy was smart and mature, though he was often the subject of all the boys’ jokes and ridicule. Back to the Main Screen

  34. Character Symbolism - 200 • This boy represented insight, knowledge and maturity. Back to the Main Screen

  35. Character symbolism - 400 • This boy represented leadership, authority and order. Back to the Main Screen

  36. Character symbolism - 600 • This boy represented innocence and pure goodness. Back to the Main Screen

  37. Character symbolism - 800 • This boy represented anarchy, rebellion and evilness. Back to the Main Screen

  38. Character symbolism - 1000 • This boy represented bloodlust and savage brutality. Back to the Main Screen

  39. pRIORITIES - 200 • This was Piggy’s priority on the island. Back to the Main Screen

  40. priorities - 400 • This was Ralph's priority, and it wasn’t keeping a signal fire going. Back to the Main Screen

  41. Priorities - 600 • This was Jack’s priority on the island, despite Ralph’s urgings. Back to the Main Screen

  42. Priorities - 800 • This was the priority of the littluns, if you could say they had one. Back to the Main Screen

  43. Priorities - 1000 • Though the fire led to their rescue, what was jack’s priority as he lit a fire at the end of the book. Back to the Main Screen

  44. Objects - 200 • This “object” tricked the boys into thinking it was a beast. Back to the Main Screen

  45. Objects - 400 • This object spoke to Simon, predicting his death to the hands of Jack and his friends. Back to the Main Screen

  46. Objects - 600 • This object crashed into the island, causing a “scar” on the landscape. Back to the Main Screen

  47. Objects - 800 • This object was destroyed as Piggy was killed by the falling boulder. Back to the Main Screen

  48. Objects - 1000 • This object was considered one of the most valuable things on the island; so valuable it was worth stealing. Back to the Main Screen

  49. The movie - 200 • Instead of being British school boys, the boys in the movie are what? Back to the Main Screen

  50. The movie - 400 • In the movie, the thing frightening the boys is not a beast, but a ________ Back to the Main Screen