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Chapter 7-9 Symbolism. By: Nella Eshbaugh , Marta Tonolli , Maddie Hock, and TJ Moran. “Then gradually the almost infinite size of this water forced itself on his attention.” pg. 110 Symbolizes the barrier between them and the outside world

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chapter 7 9 symbolism

Chapter 7-9 Symbolism

By: NellaEshbaugh, Marta Tonolli, Maddie Hock, and TJ Moran

chapter 7

“Then gradually the almost infinite size of this water forced itself on his attention.” pg. 110 Symbolizes the barrier between them and the outside world

  • “…defended by the quiet shield of the lagoon.” pg.111 Represents shelter
  • “I hit him,” said Ralph again, “and the spear stuck in a bit.” pg. 113 Symbolizes recognition
  • “I got jolly badly hurt at Rugger once.” “Just a game,” said Ralph uneasily. Pg.115 Reminder of outside world.
Chapter 7
chapter 8

“The beast comes out of the sea-” “out of the dark-” “Trees.” pg. 125 Symbolizes wonder

  • “I told you a dozen times now,” said Ralph, “we saw it.” pg. 124 Symbolizes the denial of the beast
  • “The beast had teeth,” said Ralph, “and big black eyes.” pg. 124
  • “Piggy lifted the conch as though to add power to his next words.” pg. 129 Symbolizes the want of power
Chapter 8
chapter 8 cont

“I’ve called an assembly,” said Jack, “because of a lot of things. First, you know now, we’ve seen the beast.” pg. 125 Symbolizes leadership

  • “We could experiment.” pg. 130 With Jack gone, there is more order
Chapter 8 Cont.
chapter 9

“The flies had found the figure too. The life-like movement would scare them off for a moment that they made a dark cloud round the head.” pg. 146 Symbolizes death

  • “Over the island the build-up of clouds continued. A steady current of heated air rose all day from the mountain.” pg. 145 Symbolizes that it’s very hot at the island
  • “Kill the beast! Cut his throat! Spill its blood!” pg. 152 Symbolizes the want to kill
Chapter 9
chapter 9 cont

“Simon’s dead and moved out toward the open sea.” pg. 154 Symbolizes death

  • “At once the crowd surged after it, poured down the rock, leapt onto the beast, and screamed. There were no word and no movements, but the tearing of teeth and claws.” pg. 153 Symbolizes killing and death
Chapter 9 Cont.