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 Current Search - cliffs in Lord of the Flies
1  Ralph turned away to the red cliff.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER SIX Beast from Air
2  Roger clambered up the ladder-like cliff.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER TEN The Shell and the Glasses
3  He saw that he could climb the cliff but this was not necessary.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER SIX Beast from Air
4  Where the pink cliffs rose out of the ground there were often narrow tracks winding upwards.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER ONE The Sound of the Shell
5  The rock of the cliff was split and the top littered with great lumps that seemed to totter.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER SIX Beast from Air
6  He ran backwards and forwards along the cliff, his face always to the sea, and his voice rose insanely.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER FOUR Painted Faces and Long Hair
7  Ralph ran stumbling along the rocks, saved himself on the edge of the pink cliff, and screamed at the ship.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER FOUR Painted Faces and Long Hair
8  The pink granite of the next cliff was further back from the creepers and trees so that they could trot up the path.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER ONE The Sound of the Shell
9  There were little cliffs to be scaled, some to be used as paths, lengthy traverses where one used hands as well as feet.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER SEVEN Shadows and Tall Trees
10  There was one flat rock there, spread like a table, and the waters sucking down on the four weedy sides made them seem like cliffs.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER SIX Beast from Air
11  Then he sat carefully on a fallen trunk near the little cliff that fronted the lagoon; and the tangled reflections quivered over him.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER ONE The Sound of the Shell
12  As he turned, the base cracked and the whole mass toppled into the sea so that a thunderous plume of spray leapt half-way up the cliff.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER SIX Beast from Air
13  Beyond falls and cliffs there was a gash visible in the trees; there were the splintered trunks and then the drag, leaving only a fringe of palm between the scar and the sea.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER ONE The Sound of the Shell
14  So they proceeded after that as if they were climbing a dangerous mountain, until the rocks became an uncompromising cliff, overhung with impossible jungle and falling sheer into the sea.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER SEVEN Shadows and Tall Trees
15  On either side rocks, cliffs, treetops and a steep slope: forward there, the length of the boat, a tamer descent, tree-clad, with hints of pink: and then the jungly flat of the island, dense green, but drawn at the end to a pink tail.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER ONE The Sound of the Shell
16  The most usual feature of the rock was a pink cliff surmounted by a skewed block; and that again surmounted, and that again, till the pinkness became a stack of balanced rock projecting through the looped fantasy of the forest creepers.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER ONE The Sound of the Shell
17  Now the sea would suck down, making cascades and waterfalls of retreating water, would sink past the rocks and plaster down the seaweed like shining hair: then, pausing, gather and rise with a roar, irresistibly swelling over point and outcrop, climbing the little cliff, sending at last an arm of surf up a gully to end a yard or so from him in fingers of spray.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER SEVEN Shadows and Tall Trees
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