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piggy finds a conch . and they use it to call a meeting .
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Maybe because the other boys were like afraid to (Fear of the Unknown?) or something? He also discovered the truth? Idk help?
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1. What symbols does Golding use to show that civilization has been destroyed on the island?
2. What do you think is meant by "They understood only too well the liberation into savagery that the concealing paint brought"?
1. How does Golding change his boys from savages back to little boys in the eyes of the reader?
2. What is the purpose of the naval officer's presence in the surrounding waters, and what is the irony of this in the light of his reaction to the "fun and games" of the boys?
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