Lord of the Flies Essay | Mapping Lord of the Flies

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Mapping Lord of the Flies

Summary: This essay is about the island and includes descriptions on the organization of the structures on the island. It also uses symbolism of objects in the book.
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The island described in the novel, The "Lord Of the Flies", is a Coral Island. The island is full of greens with thick vegetation, with just one mountain. It has reefs and coral around its boundary. There is a lagoon penetrating the island which forms a natural beach. This is the very same spot where Ralph and Piggy first met and found the conch. Their first meeting was held on the "... Great platform of pink granite thrust up uncompromisingly through the forest and terrace and sand and lagoon to make a raised jetty four feet high." On page twelve, Ralph, Jack and the hunters and the choir discovered a mountain, when they were exploring the island. The main fire was supposed to be there but due to chaos, it had to be moved. Furthermore, the "beast" lands on the mountain. Chapter...

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