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There was no light left save that of the stars. When they had understood what made this ghostly noise and percival was quiet again, Ralph and Simon picked him up unhandily and carried him to a shelter. Piggy hung about near for all his brave words, and the three bigger boys went together to the […]

The tide was coming in and there was only a narrow strip of firm beach between the water and the white, stumbling stuff near the palm terrace. Ralph chose the firm strip as a path because he needed to think and only here could he allow his feet to move without having to watch them. […]

The boys stop to eat as they travel towards the mountain. Ralph looks at the ocean while the boys have become undisciplined. As he looks out at water he feels that the ocean is like a wall blocking any hope the boys have of escaping the island. Simon however lifts Ralph’s spirits by telling him […]

I he darkness late that night, Ralph and Simon carry a littlun back to the shelter before going to sleep. As the boys sleep, An airplanes battle fiercely above the island. None of the boys sees the explosions in the clouds because the twins Sam and Eric, who were supposed to watch the signal fire, […]

As Ralph walks along the beach, he thinks about how much of life is an improvisation and about how a considerable part of one’s waking life is spent watching one’s feet. Ralph is frustrated with his hair, which is now long, mangy, and always manages to fall in front of his eyes. He decides to […]

Online communication is basically talking to someone on social media,while physical conversation is talking to someone face to face. Normally some people talk differently when they meet face to face but when your talking online its different because most people don’t like write in full and complete sentences, they just write shorter version of words […]

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