What did William Golding do?

What did William Golding do?

William Golding, in full Sir William Gerald Golding, (born Septem, St. Columb Minor, near Newquay, Cornwall, England—died J, Perranarworthal, near Falmouth, Cornwall), English novelist who in 1983 won the Nobel Prize for Literature for his parables of the human condition.

What happened to the kid with the mulberry birthmark?

His birthmark is on his face and said to be "mulberry-coloured". ... He is the first boy to die, as he is killed in a fire. However at the end of the novel, Ralph fails to acknowledge him as one of the deceased people, bringing added significance that he is not considered important.

What was the result of the Boys carelessness who suffered the most?

What was the result of the boys' carelessness? Who suffered the most? The result of the boys carelessness caused the fire to burn out while a ship passed and they missed their opportunity to get off the island. With this failure piggy got bagged on even more because they said it was his fault.

What concerns the little boy with the mulberry colored birthmark on his face?

The littleun with the mulberry colored birthmark raises the question of the "beastie." He says it's a snake-like thing and he is afraid of it. Ralph tells him that there is no such thing.

How does Piggy first notice a boy is missing?

How does Piggy first notice a boy is missing, even though he doesn't know his name? Piggy doesn't see the boy with the mulberry-colored birthmark. What causes the drum-roll sound the boys hear in the fire? The drum-roll sound is caused by live trees exploding from the heat of the fire.

Who is missing at the end of chapter 2?

The little boy with the birthmark goes missing after running away with the other children. He never reappears and is assumed to have died in the fire.

What happens to the Littlun with the mark on his face?

A. He drowns because he does not know how to swim yet.

Who defends Piggy from Jack for not helping with the fire?

Simon

How did the Littlun die?

Who and what age was he?

Why is the boy with the mulberry birthmark important?

As the boy with the birthmark is the first in the group also to mention the "beasties" on the island, he can be seen in relation to the beast that resides within the boys themselves, which Simon references later. He stands as a sign of the weakest elements of the boys' spirit, open to fear; ready to ignore real danger.

What does Jack think is most important?

What does Jack think is the most important? Jack thinks hunting for meat is the most important. He's ashamed that he did not kill the pig in the beginning and he wants to prove to everyone he can for his own pride.

Who started the fire in Lord of the Flies?

Jack

Who is responsible for the mulberry birthmark boy disappearance?

As this part of the forest burns, Piggy chastises the boys for their carelessness, particularly in light of the littluns that were in the place where the fire is now. As if to prove his point, he announces that he doesn't see the boy with the mulberry birthmark.

Who was Percival in Lord of the Flies?

Percival Wemys Madison also known as Percival Williams Madison is a littlun in Lord of the Flies. He is described as "mouse-colored and not very attractive even to his mother", despite he's a cutie in the 1963 movie. He cries several times over the course of the book.

How does Piggy treat the boy with the birthmark?

In Chapter 2 when the boy with the mulberry birthmark is missing after the fire, Piggy is the one who shows concern and admonishes the others for their carelessness. Piggy's actions show the reader that he is sensitive to other's feelings. He is probably this way to others because he has always been treated unkindly.