Lord of the Flies Essay | Lord of the Flies - a Character Analysis of Piggy

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Lord of the Flies - a Character Analysis of Piggy

Summary: Discusses the William Golding novel, Lord of the Flies. Provides a character analysis of Piggy. Summarizes the story's plot.
"He was shorter than the fair boy and fat." This is the first description of Piggy in the novel. He is the typical fat boy, with pink pale skin, and `ass-mar'. He wears glasses, `specs', and is as good as blind without them. Surprisingly he is proud with both of them. " `I was the only boy in our school what had asthma', said the fat boy with a touch of pride. `And I've been wearing specs since I was three'."

In the first chapter, we learn that Piggy is an orphan. "`My dad's dead', he said quickly, `and my mom-'." Piggy's aunt, which owned a sweet shop, is the reason of his fatness. From the language Piggy uses through out the book, you could say he is from a lower class background.

It is very hard for Piggy to be...

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