Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Ralph, Piggy, and Jack.
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Ralph, Piggy, and Jack

Summary: This essay contains a detailed analysis about the book's main characters of Ralph, Piggy, and Jack.
The writer uses a third-person point of view in the story. By doing so, the narrator would be omniscient and all-knowing, and making him feel an attachment to the story. The narrator can also view incidents from different points of views.

The story starts off with Ralph and Piggy meeting each other on the island, and Ralph, displaying rather strong leadership qualities, begins to dominate Piggy with his assumed position as a leader. However, when Jack came, there was what seemed to be a tussle over the position of the leader. Jack, appearing from the darkness, leads the choirboys out upon hearing the sound of the conch. He had a hot temper and acted like an adult (general chief-in-command). This character was completely with Ralph's, who is often associated with the sunshine and golden brightness. Ralph also had a gentle temper and did not try to...

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