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Lord of the Flies Questions and Answers
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renee l #1278956
jill d #170087
on 1/30/2023 4:26 PM
In the first meeting Ralph talks about fun and freedom.... a repose before they're found and return home. By the second meeting, Ralph comes to the realization that even time in paradise requires order, rules and specific responsibilities.
Faith K #1284650
on 1/19/2023 8:52 PM
Ralph's father is a commander in the Navy.
"I could swim when I was five. Daddy taught me. He's a commander in the Navy. When he gets leave he'll come and rescue us. What's your father?"
Nautica M #839054
jill d #170087
on 9/7/2019 12:20 AM