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Essay | Lord of the Flies - the Parachutist

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Lord of the Flies.
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Lord of the Flies - the Parachutist

Summary: Summary and personal opinion of William Golding - Lord of the Flies.
"The hunters were looking uneasily at the sky, flinching from the stroke of the drops. A wave of restlessness set the boys swaying...The parachute took the figure forward, furrowing the lagoon, and bumped it over the reef and out to sea."

Briefly before the scene involving the dead parachutist, Ralph was incredibly annoyed that there was a torrential storm coming and that there were no shelters or that there were no shelters able to withstand the forces of a storm. Unlike Ralph, Jack could not care less about having no shelters and Jack did not care about a torrential storm coming towards him. Jack wanted to have a dance instead. Jack demanded his followers to do a dance, emulating the dance whenever his clan kills a pig. Roger mimicked the pig and everybody else surrounded Roger. In the midst of all of...

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This section contains 690 words
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Purchase our Student Essay on Lord of the Flies - the Parachutist
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