Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Relationships of Ralph, Simon, and Piggy from "Lord of the Flies"

Summary: Essay examines the relationship between Ralph,Simon and Piggy and the elements they're faced with in the novel "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding.
A plane shot down, it crashed on an island miles away from any help with numerous boys inside. The boys are faced with many elements on the island; no parents, no adults, no leader of any kind. They vote on a chief, Ralph, a honest boy who knows best for the group. A boy named Jack thought other wise, and encouraged others to follow him. That caused troubles on the island. Ralph had to show his leadership and overcome the difficulties to survive the savage urges that are taking control.

The Lord of the Flies was about a group of schoolboys who have been caught in a war and shot down. They crashed on an island with no parents or adults to guide them. They voted on a chief, Ralph. Jack objected to his win causing great problems through...

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