Unformatted text preview: dead, and Ralph tells him two people died. Then all the boys start crying in front of the officer seeing that they lost their innocence and turned savage. How this Reading Relates to You This reading relates to me greatly because of Jack burning the island down. In the reading Jack and his tribe started to burn the island trying to smoke Ralph out which was very savage of them to do. This relates to me because on the new year of 2013 we were at my cousin’s house in Huntington beach. I was sitting down next to the coffee table with my sister playing games while the adults talked a bit. I had this very bright idea to take a match and light a tissue on fire and make it disappear. So, I took the match out and lit the napkin, but I didn’t know that fire spreads that quick on a tissue and I let go of it and it landed on the rug. Next thing I knew the rug was on fire so I quickly tried to stomp out the fire but that didn’t work. At this moment the adults realized what was happening and used a fire extinguisher on the rug before it spread throughout the house. I was super ashamed of my self for doing such a dumb thing on a such momentous day. The adults got very mad at me because I was playing with fire and that was dangerous, but then after a couple of minutes everything was all fine and they were not mad anymore. This event made, me learn to never play with fire near any flammable objects or in a house. That’s why this chapter related to me a lot due to the fact of Jack lighting the island on fire. Abou Abbas 3...
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- Winter '18
- jane smith
- Lord Of The Flies, English-language films, Ralph