What is chapter 2 in Lord of the Flies?

What is chapter 2 in Lord of the Flies?

Summary: Chapter 2 Jack reminds Ralph of the pig they found trapped in the vines in the jungle, and Ralph agrees that they will need hunters to kill animals for meat. Ralph declares that, at meetings, the conch shell will be used to determine which boy has the right to speak.

Where can I listen to Lord of the Flies?

Stream Lord of the Flies by William Golding, read by William Golding by PRH Audio | Listen online for free on SoundCloud.

How long is the Lord of the Flies audiobook?

6 hours and 35 minutes
Product details

Listening Length 6 hours and 35 minutes
Publisher Listening Library
Program Type Audiobook
Version Unabridged
Language English

Why is Chapter 2 of Lord of the Flies called fire on the Mountain?

This Chapter is called ‘Fire and the Mountain’- why is this significant? The name of the chapter is significant because during this chapter the boys made a signal fire n the top of the mountain so ships and/or planes can see the smoke and later on, rescue them.

How is the beast described in Chapter 2?

He saw a “beastie,” a “snake-thing,” the previous night in the woods. Ralph and the older boys dismiss this “beastie” as just a nightmare, but the younger boys seem scared. Jack grabs the conch and says there’s no snake-thing. If there is, he adds, his hunters will find and kill it.

Is Lord of the Flies on audible?

Lord of the Flies by William Golding | Audiobook | Audible.com.

How long does it take to read Lord of the Flies?

3 hours and 12 minutes
The average reader will spend 3 hours and 12 minutes reading this book at 250 WPM (words per minute).

What does Ralph represent in Lord of the Flies?

The characters in Lord of the Flies possess recognizable symbolic significance, which make them as the sort of people around us. Ralph stands for civilization and democracy; Piggy represents intellect and rationalism; Jack signifies savagery and dictatorship; Simon is the incarnation of goodness and saintliness.

Who dies in chapter 2 in Lord of the Flies?

Piggy continues to whine about the childishness and stupidity of the group. The boys collect a mound of dead wood and use the lenses from Piggy’s glasses to focus the sunlight and set the wood on fire. They manage to get a large fire going, but it quickly dies down.

Why is chapter 2 of Lord of the Flies called fire on the Mountain?

What does the fire in chapter 2 represent?

Ralph had been hiding from Jack’s tribe, so some of Jack’s boys lit a fire to force Ralph out into the open so they could find him and kill him. The signal fire that was lit for the purpose of rescue is now being used for savagery and murder, and it is this murderous fire that symbolically rages out of control.