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  • Book Piggy
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    Lord of the Flies Lord of the Flies deals with universal truths because many of the characters have characteristics we can relate to which makes the book more interesting. One of the characters is Jack. Throughout the book Jack wants to be the leader of the boys on the island. Jack also does not like work. He likes to go out and hunt, Jack considers hunting as fun, have parties, and do whatever he wants. We see this because he is never working and is always out hunting. Even when he finally beco...
  • Piggy's Role In The Novel
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    If Only They'd Listened to Piggy Throughout the novel Piggy's character is used to represent the intellectual side of man and act almost like an adult figure to the boys. There are many things that he does and that Golding says to support this. Three things come to mind that represent his place in the novel; he is a clear thinker, his appearance, and his symbolic losses throughout the book. Right off the beginning we see evidence of Piggy's thinking ability. He realizes the boys's itu ation and ...
  • Piggy's Glasses
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    The Symbolism of Piggy's glasses Symbolism pervades throughout the entire narrative of Lord of the Flies and is used to illustrate the fears and tensions that exist within the boys trapped on the island. One of the novel's strength is that it weaves these vivid symbols together to assist its themes and ideas rather than labour them. Piggy's glasses become an important symbol representing the social order of the boys as they try to determine how to lead themselves. Although not a leader Piggy is ...
  • Jack's Hatred For Piggy
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    "Fancy thinking the Beast was something you could hunt and kill! You knew, didn t you I m part of you Close, close, close! I m the reason why it's no go Why things are what they are" In William Golding's novel, Lord of the Flies, one particular theme is consistent throughout the novel. It shows how evil acts as a destructive force in which it is carried out on the island in reference to Piggy's traits. In relation to this theme, Piggy's character plays an important role within the novel. We can ...
  • Piggy's Glasses
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    The Game Of Life I once saw a movie about a man and his wife. They were stranded on a desert island. Together, alone, full moon and stars everywhere. Sounds romantic right Wrong, no cooked food, fruit everyday, no hope for rescue or anyway to let anyone know where they were. Not so romantic, just deadly. Now, put a bunch of young kids on an island. Alone, no responsibility, no rules, sounds like fun and games. This game turns into the game of their life. It doesn t turn out very well for anyone ...
  • Use Of Symbolism And Characters
    405 words
    DISCUSS TWO WAYS IN WHICH A TEXT YOU " VE STUDIED EFFECTIVELY PRESENTED ITS IDEAS In William Golding's novel Lord of the Flies, the ideas are effectively presented through the use of symbolism and characters. Golding uses symbols to convey ideas of the story. Each symbol is used throughout the novel to represent something. One of the first ones to appear and probably the most important symbol is the conch. The conch represents democracy, power and control. This is shown when the conch appears wh...
  • Piggy's Glasses As An Active Symbol
    925 words
    And Then There Was Anarchy By Logan E. Cole First, it must be understood that in William Golding's "Lord of The Flies' the boys' lives on the island represent a world-wide society. Golding's motives for choosing the island setting, was because it works best to have the characters isolated, where the laws of their governments cannot reach them. Golding chose children instead of adolescents, or even adults, because children have not yet been fully conditioned by society to understand right from wr...

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