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"Lord of the Flies" Analysis

Summary: Essay is an analysis of the novel "Lord of the Flies" written by William Golding.
My book is "The Lord of the Flies" by William Golding. It is set on an abandoned island during World War two. It is about a group of British kids who get stranded on an island and are trying to find a way to survive and be rescued.

The main character and protagonist of the story is Ralph. He is about 12 years old and he is athletic and sociable. The antagonist is a boy named Jack. Jack is the leader of a boys choir and always wants to hunt. At first he seems nice but then he turns on Ralph and tries to kill him. The brain of the story is Piggy. Piggy is overweight and wears glasses. He helps to bring order to the island until during a fight a rock fell on him and killed him.

There are two types of conflict in...

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