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Essay | Lord of the Flies

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Lord of the Flies.
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Lord of the Flies

Summary: Discusses the uses of nature in "Lord of the Flies" and shows how it foreshadows or suggests what will happen. Also discusses how it parallels with the boy's emotional states.
This essay will talk nature use in the lord of the flies and will provide support in form of quotes from the text. The uses and contrasts of nature in the navel, cause many functions of the book to work. These functions in other words can be described as messages that the author tried to create with the text; the nature contrasts enlarge the ideas and broaden their impact on the readers. The functions, more specifically can be referred as the number of ideas that the author wanted to show the readers by his text. Foreshadowing is one example of these functions, and the other one are the following; Characters, addition to the atmosphere and the setting, and the impact that the nature has on the readers.

The first very important aspect that nature enhances is the foreshadowing. Foreshadowing is a style of writing, in which...

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This section contains 1,133 words
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