This passage shows an escalating conflict among the children because Gilding’s establishment of power struggle manipulates the concept of social order. The unnecessary fear and poor communication causes the downfall of society inevitably. I will discuss the Symbolism, Figurative language, and how the Dialogue is constructed within this passage which I believe are the most Important techniques Gilding uses to convey his point.The somber tone Is maintained throughout the passage. At the start of the passage the tone is gloomy but the use of light Imagery for the conch Indicates that the unnecessary fear can be combated If they remain democratic by following rules. But, the misinterpretation of Simony’s Idea leads to the final line “The assembly was shaken as by a wind.
” This line suggests that the failure to understand Simony’s Idea which leads to talks of the beast being a ghost has everyone petrified.But the pace remains similar throughout because of the continuous dialogue and scarce description. In the selected passage, Gilding had used the darkness in the setting to develop and enhance the theme of the story. Gilding had used darkness in many forms in order to indicate the growing power of fear. Firstly, the word “gloom” was used to describe the atmosphere along side with the diminishing light of the conch. This is expressed as the result of the argument and the vilely pleasure which the hunters gain from their uncivilized acts.Furthermore, as the passage continues the “darkness and silence” grew within the characters minds and the “two grey trunks rubbed each there” are referred to as an “evil speaking”.
Since darkness connotes ideas of fear, evil and negativity, the use of it was proven to be effective in fully establishing the theme of fear of the passage. In addition, the darkness also contributes to the theme of miscommunication and breakdown of order. The “darkness” in this passage relates to how each child is blinded by fear and is unable to communicate In a civilized way using the conch.With the logic of the things said decreasing and the decisions being made by using emotion, the fear that the beast Is a ghost Is fully rough up with the darkness at night. After all, the children should have followed Rally’s advice to leave “all this for daylight” where the darkness does not blind them with fear, causing great miscommunication. Consequently, Gilding’s use of darkness fully contributes to the theme of fear and miscommunication In the passage. Lord of the Flies By engage passage which I believe are the most important techniques Gilding uses to convey The somber tone is maintained throughout the passage.
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Practice integrating quotes
Step 1: Initial Post
This week, we will be in smaller groups of 10-12 for our discussion. To help you prepare for the Unit 1 Timed Essay, consider and choose one of the twelve steps of the Hero’s Journey, explain it and then illustrate it with a quoted passage from one of our Unit 1 stories (Beowulf: The Graphic Novel, “Scheherazade,” or “Zlateh the Goat”). Your initial post should be at least 250 words. Before you begin the assignment, please read and review the pages Unit 1 Timed Essay Preparation and Integrating Sources: Step-by-Step.
Begin the paragraph with a clear topic sentence.
Choose, introduce, and explain one step of the “Hero’s Journey” by providing a quote from “Hero’s Journey 101,” which is a required secondary source for the Unit 1 Timed Essay.
Explain the connection between the step of the “Hero’s Journey” and a particular scene in the story you’ve chosen to write about
Provide context (background information from the story) for the quoted passage from the story
Introduce the quoted passage (develop a link/lead-in between the background information and the quote )
Quote the passage
Using MLA format , include a parenthetical citation at the end of the quoted passage (be sure to only refer to the sources/versions provided in our modules)
Beowulf: The Graphic Novel–use author’s last name and PDF page number (Stern 8)
“Zlateh the Goat”–use author’s last name and page number (Singer 4)
“Scheherazade”–no author; use title of story in quotation marks and page number (“Scheherazade” 2)
Explain how the quoted passageillustrates the step of the Hero’s Journey as explained in Hero’s Journey 101Select and explain specific details from the quoted passage to further illustrate your explanation
When analyzing, indicate what is important about the borrowed information and how it connects to the idea of the Hero’s Journey in the paragraph