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Lord of the Flies Quotes, Lord of the Flies Important Quotes, Quotations, Sayings from Chapters 9-12 by William Golding
Kill the beast! Cut his throat! Spill his blood!
Lord of the Flies
Jack begins the ritual dance, and the boys chant, Chapter 9: A View to a Death.
Piggy and Ralph, under the threat of the sky, found themselves eager to take a place in this demented but partly secure society. They were glad to touch the brown backs of the fence that hemmed in the terror and made it governable.
Lord of the Flies
As Roger mimics the beast and the boys pretend to attack him, Ralph and Piggy now take part as well, Chapter 9: A View to a Death.
There were no words, and no movements but the tearing of teeth and claws.
Lord of the Flies
Simon, mistaken for the beast, is knocked to the ground and stabbed with spears as the boys become like animals or beasts themselves, Chapter 9: A View to a Death.
The water rose farther and dressed Simon's coarse hair with brightness. The line of his cheek silvered and the turn of his shoulder became sculptured marble.
Lord of the Flies
Simon, the boy who represented spirituality and goodness, has been killed, Chapter 9: A View to a Death.
Softly, surrounded by a fringe of inquisitive bright creatures, itself a silver shape beneath the steadfast constellations, Simon's dead body moved out toward the open sea.
Lord of the Flies
Chapter 9: A View to a Death.
We was on the outside. We never done nothing, we never seen nothing.
Lord of the Flies
Piggy tells Ralph to hide the fact that they were involved in the murder of Simon, Chapter 10: The Shell and the Glasses.
We'd better keep on the right side of him, anyhow. You can't tell what he might do.
Lord of the Flies
Jack, now dubbed the Chief, warns them all about the beast, Chapter 10: The Shell and the Glasses.
What could be safer than the bus center with its lamps and wheels?
Lord of the Flies
Ralph dreams of his home in Devon, England, Chapter 10: The Shell and the Glasses.
It's come...It's real!
Lord of the Flies
Piggy thinks that the hunters attacking them for Piggy's glasses are the beast, Chapter 10: The Shell and the Glasses.
This is 'jus talk....I want my glasses.
Lord of the Flies
Piggy cuts off Ralph who talks on and on, as Piggy did in the beginning, Chapter 11: Castle Rock.
Supposing we go, looking like we used to, washed and hair brushed -- after all we aren't savages really.
Lord of the Flies
Ralph talks of going to the Castle Rock where Jack has established the base for his tribe, Chapter 11: Castle Rock.
A single drop of water that had escaped Piggy's fingers now flashed on the delicate curve [of the shell] like a star.
Lord of the Flies
Recalls description of stars earlier, when they reflected off dead body of Simon as it was swept out into the ocean, Chapter 11: Castle Rock.
Behind them on the grass the headless and paunched body of a sow lay where they had dropped it.
Lord of the Flies
Chapter 11: Castle Rock.
Ralph -- remember what we came for. The fire. My specs.
Lord of the Flies
As Jack and Ralph fight, Piggy shouts out, Chapter 11: Castle Rock.
Samneric protested out of the heart of civilization.
'Oh, I say!'
'-honestly!
Lord of the Flies
The twins Sam and Eric, Chapter 11: Castle Rock.
You're a beast and a swine and a bloody, bloody thief!
Lord of the Flies
Ralph screams at Jack after the twins are taken prisoner by Jack and his painted savages, Chapter 11: Castle Rock.
Which is better -- to be a pack of painted niggers like you are, or to be sensible like Ralph is....Which is better -- to have laws and agree, or to hunt and kill?
Lord of the Flies
Piggy attempts to lead and speaks to the savages, Chapter 11: Castle Rock.
The rock struck Piggy a glancing blow from chin to knee; the conch exploded into a thousand white fragments and ceased to exist.
Lord of the Flies
Rogers levers a large bounder which strikes Piggy, Chapter 11: Castle Rock.
Piggy's arms and legs twitched a bit, like a pig's after it has been killed.
Lord of the Flies
Piggy falls down to the beach where his dead body, like that of Simon's, is sucked out to sea by the waves, Chapter 11: Castle Rock.
Roger advanced upon them as one wielding a nameless authority.
Lord of the Flies
Roger approaches the twins, who are about to be tortured by him, Chapter 11: Castle Rock.
They're not as bad as that. It was an accident.
Lord of the Flies
Ralph thinks about the murder of Piggy, Chapter 12: Cry of the Hunters.
But then the fatal unreasoning knowledge came to him again. The breaking of the conch and the deaths of Piggy and Simon hung over the island like a vapor. These painted savages would go further and further. Then there was that indefinable connection between himself and Jack; who therefore would never let him alone; never.
Lord of the Flies
Ralph knows the killing will go on, Chapter 12: Cry of the Hunters.
A star appeared...and was momentarily eclipsed by some movement.
Lord of the Flies
Chapter 12: Cry of the Hunters.
Ralph launched himself like a cat; stabbed, snarling, with the spear, and the savage doubled up.
Lord of the Flies
Chapter 12: Cry of the Hunters.
What was the sensible thing to do? There was no Piggy to talk sense.
Lord of the Flies
Ralph feels lost without Piggy's guidence, Chapter 12: Cry of the Hunters.
Couldn't a fire outrun a galloping horse?
Lord of the Flies
Ralph compares his movements to an animal, Chapter 12: Cry of the Hunters.
You'll get back.
Lord of the Flies
Ralph recalls Simon's words of confort, Chapter 12: Cry of the Hunters.
He saw a shelter burst into flames and the fire flapped at his right shoulder.
Lord of the Flies
Ralph nears the beach, Chapter 12: Cry of the Hunters.
On the beach behind him was a cutter, her bows hauled up and held by two ratings. In the stern-sheets another rating held a sub-machine gun.
Lord of the Flies
Stumbling from the forest onto the beach and waiting for the savages to attack, Ralph rises to the sight of a uniformed naval officer and a cutter, Chapter 12: Cry of the Hunters.
A semi-circle of little boys, their bodies streaked with colored clay, sharp sticks in their hands, were standing on the beach making no noise at all.
Lord of the Flies
No longer hunters and savages, they are boys again, Chapter 12: Cry of the Hunters.
I should have thought that a pack of British boys...would have been able to put up a better show than that.
Lord of the Flies
The naval officer expresses disappointment at the state the boys had gotten themselves in, Chapter 12.
Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man's heart, and the fall through the air of the true, wise friend called Piggy.
Lord of the Flies
Ralph begins to cry, Chapter 12: Cry of the Hunters.
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