Lord of the Flies Essay | Lord of the Flies: Plot Overview

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Lord of the Flies: Plot Overview

Summary: The plot of William Golding's "Lord of the Flies" explained in a 10-point essay.
A plot summary of William Golding's "Lord of the Flies":
  1. A small plane carrying a group of young British boys to safety from a violent war is shot down and crashes in an unoccupied tropical island, killing the pilot so that only the boys survive.
  2. The boys hold a meeting to decide how to get rescued from the island and elect Ralph as their chief. A boy named Jack is jealous of Ralph's elected position as he longed to be a leader and be in control.
  3. Ralph decides that, in order to be rescued, a large fire must be made to create smoke and signal to passing ships and, in order to survive until they are rescued, shelters must be made. None of the other boys except for Piggy seem to understand the importance of a fire and shelter. They are too busy playing...

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