Quote weaving.

“I know there isn’t no beast – not with claws and all that, I mean – but I know there isn’t no fear either.”
Ideas it represents: Fear is a real thing. The idea of a beast is fake. Fear must be looked at, while what that fear manifests at should only get a passing glance.
Below paragraph is the actual one that I had written.

Piggy was aware that “there isn’t no beast”, but that “there isn’t no fear either.” This awareness allowed him an understanding of the little ‘uns fear, that no other person had. Because he was aware of this, he could say, with certainty, that there was no beast. He knew that people were making it up, and all of the details it might have, and so he tried to tell everyone else the same thing. He tried to get people to understand, that the fear they felt was real, but that the beast was not. …

“His mind was crowded with memories; memories of the knowledge that had come to them when they closed in on the struggling pig, knowledge that they had outwitted a living thing, imposed their will upon it, taken away its life, like a long satisfying drink.”
Ideas this quote represents: Memories after memories about death, and how he caused it. How he had power of another life form. And how it was satisfying a long-held desire. it also shows how much he has changed, from someone who wouldn’t stab a piglet, to someone who would tear the guts out of a pig.
Below paragraph is the actual one that I had written.

Jack enjoyed how “they had outwitted a living thing,” and how by doing this, they had “taken away its life.” The fact that he had enjoyed this is in stark contrast as to how he used to be. From being barely able to even think of killing a pig, to actually killing a pig. And from their, the fact that he could view at as “a long, satisfying drink,” clearly shows how he has been wanting to commit a murder for ages. …/

This is a school paragraph, none of it was mine.
“The thing is – fear can’t hurt you any more than a dream.”
Fear can’t hurt you. The thing you fear can. People act on fear. It’s all in your head, like everything else.
The boys try to tell themselves “fear can’t hurt” them, but…

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