Lord of the Flies Essay | Book and Movie Versions of "Lord of the Flies"

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Book and Movie Versions of "Lord of the Flies"

Summary: A comparison between the William Golding novel and movie version of "Lord of the Flies." There are many differences, including the boys' reaction to when the conch is blown and the interpretation of the beast.
In the movie "Lord of the Flies," there is an excessive amount of contrasts with the book. The basic plot of the movie begins with the boys ending up on a deserted island after a plane crash. They elect Ralph as the leader of the "tribe" and little by little, the boys settle down. This order made by Ralph angers Jack, the chief hunter, and he rebels with his own tribe. After this, everything goes downhill and they become savages except for Ralph's tribe. After the members of Ralph's tribe get killed, Ralph becomes next in line. At the end, an ironic rescue occurs and the boys become children again.

One thing the movie lacks is the boys finding each other when the conch is blown. In the movie the boys come all together on a boat to the island and...

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