Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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The Lord of the Flies - Character Differences between Ralph, Piggy and Jack

Summary: The novel "Lord of the Flies", written by William Golding in 1954, is a breathtakingly accurate account of what can happen to human morality when all rules and civilisation are removed. It makes you think about how you yourself would act if you were on the island with the boys.
The novel "Lord of the Flies", written by William Golding in 1954, is a breathtakingly accurate account of what can happen to human morality when all rules and civilisation are removed. In this Specialist Study I will explore the character differences between the two `groups' on the island.

Ralph, the first boy we meet in the novel, is allocated as the "chief" of the boys, and he develops a close relationship with Piggy, a boy who gained his name due to his weight. Piggy is immediately recognised as the voice of the adult world, and is terrified by the idea of having no grown-ups to take charge. He straight away tries to make sense of their chaotic situation,

."..I expect we'll want to know all their names...and make a list. We ought to have a meeting..."

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