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This question is based on William Golding's Lord of the Flies.
Golding writes that the pig's skull ''regarded Ralph like one who knows all the answers and won't tell.''
This implies that

  • A. Ralph was the only person with intuition and common sense left on the island
  • B. Ralph knew right from the strt what would happen and refused to tell
  • C. Ralph had powers of the occult which no one else knew
  • D. Ralph was forewarned by Roger but would not disclose it
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2

This question is based on William Golding's Lord of the Flies.
At one point in the novel, Jack paints his face
This act can be interpreted to mean

  • A. regression into savagery
  • B. that he is now fully ready for the dance
  • C. an attempt to hide from the other children
  • D. an attempt to hide from the animals he wishes to hunt
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3

This question is based on William Golding's Lord of the Flies.
The island in the novel is a

  • A. symbol of peace
  • B. hide out for children during the war
  • C. symbol of innocence
  • D. world of abundance
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This question is based on William Golding's Lord of the Flies.
That the rescue ship was attracted not by a fire made for the purpose but by one aimed at smoking Ralph out for destruction is a case of

  • A. oxymoron
  • B. paradox
  • C. irony
  • D. catastrophe
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5

This question is based on William Golding's Lord of the Flies.
The character in the novel who best symbolizes man's pride in his ability to reason is

  • A. Henry
  • B. Maurice
  • C. Piggy
  • D. Roger
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