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 Current Search - home in Lord of the Flies
1  At home there was always a grownup.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER FIVE Beast from Water
2  One of the small boys, Henry, said that he wanted to go home.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER ONE The Sound of the Shell
3  Mummy had still been with them and Daddy had come home every day.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER SEVEN Shadows and Tall Trees
4  Then maybe a ship'll notice the smoke and come and rescue us and take us home.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER ELEVEN Castle Rock
5  They saw that straight away; saw what they had really known down on the beach when the smoke of home had beckoned.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER FOUR Painted Faces and Long Hair
6  Supposing they could be transported home by jet, then before morning they would land at that big airfield in Wiltshire.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER TEN The Shell and the Glasses
7  Of all the boys, he was the most at home there; but today, irked by the mention of rescue, the useless, footling mention of rescue, even the green depths of water and the shattered, golden sun held no balm.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER FOUR Painted Faces and Long Hair
8  He was also a distant relative of that other boy whose mulberry-marked face had not been seen since the evening of the great fire; but he was not old enough to understand this, and if he had been told that the other boy had gone home in an aircraft, he would have accepted the statement without fuss or disbelief.
Lord of the Flies By William Golding
  In CHAPTER FOUR Painted Faces and Long Hair