Lord of the Flies Essay | Piggy

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Piggy

Summary: Essay is on the character Piggy in the novel Lord of the Flies by William Golding. The topic deals how he is not able to change himself with his surroundings and which leads to his death.
Lord Of the Flies

"They used to call me `Piggy.' These are the word of Piggy in Lord of the Flies by William Golding which presents the story of a small society with characters representing actions, strengths or adaptations which are necessary to survive on an island. Each character in the novel represents a type a person who is found in most societies. Piggy is a main character who is an educated boy rejected by the kids of his age group on the island. He is organized, smart and has good ideas for survival. Piggy stays same throughout the novel and does not adapt himself with other people which eventually lead him to death.

Piggy has the right characteristics for survival. His education gave him more maturity than the other boys on the island and helping him retaining his civilized behavior. He likes to communicate with the boys...

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