“We can use this to call the others. Have a meeting. They’ll come when they hear us—” (Chapter 1)

“I’ll give the conch to the next person to speak. He can hold it when he’s speaking.” (Chapter 2)

“Without the conch we shall be like animals.” (Chapter 2)

“Whoever holds the conch gets to speak.” (Chapter 2)

“The conch doesn’t count on top of the mountain.” (Chapter 3)

“That’s three times now we’ve been to Castle Rock and the conch has been ignored.” (Chapter 4)

“I got the conch,” said Piggy indignantly. “You let me speak!” (Chapter 5)

“We can’t have two people talking at once. We haven’t got a conch anymore.” (Chapter 5)

“I’ve got the conch,” said Piggy. “I am the only one who can speak.” (Chapter 6) “We’ve got to have rules and obey them. After all, we’re not savages. We’re English, and the English are best at everything.” (Chapter 2)

“The conch is gone—“ (Chapter 8)

“The conch is still the symbol of authority.” (Chapter 8)

“The conch exploded into a thousand white fragments…” (Chapter 11) GURU GRANTH SAHIB JI QUOTES IN ENGLISH

“I got the conch! Just you listen!” (Chapter 3)

“I mean—the way things are—“ (Ralph) “They dream. Use the conch” (Chapter 2)

“What are we? Humans? Or animals? Or savages?” (Piggy) “Descended from pigs? Use the conch!” (Chapter 2)

“I got the conch! I got the right to speak!” (Piggy) (Chapter 5)

“Do you really mean that the Beast may come?” (Jack) “The Beast comes out of the sea with the darkness, and the fire is your only protection. Use the conch!” (Chapter 5)

“I’m chief, and you’re not.” (Jack) “But you can’t do everything with shouting. We don’t know where the Beast comes from—“ (Ralph) “We don’t need the conch anymore,” said Jack abruptly. “We know who ought to say things.” (Chapter 5)

“Let him be chief with the trumpet-thing.” (Ralph) “The conch?” “That’s right—him with the trumpet-thing.” (Chapter 8)

“The rock struck Piggy a glancing blow from chin to knee; the conch exploded into a thousand white fragments…” (Chapter 11)

“The conch! The conch!” shouted Ralph, “Remember the conch!” (Chapter 11)

“They hate you, Ralph. They’re going to do you. They’re going to hunt you tomorrow.” (Samneric) “If I blow the conch they’ll come back and they’ll never leave me alone.” (Chapter 12)

“The conch counts. I’m chief. I tell you, things are breaking up. I don’t understand why. We began well—we were happy. And then—“ (Chapter 5)