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    Lord Of The Flies Lessons

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    In Lord of the Flies by, William Golding, the author displays many different lessons and, provides a good plot line. In Lord of the Flies, a group of boys crash land on a random island and are left stranded. After being stranded on an island, the boys have to come together to find a way to collect food, make shelter, find a way to make fire, and most importantly find a way off the island. All of the boys have different ways of going about things. This creates conflict between the boys, which leads to bigger problems for them. “Where does the line of “evil” truly begin on the island?” The arguing and the constant fighting on the island lead to the first act of true evil. The savages wanna kill a thing that they call the “Beast”. They get so caught up though on killing this so called “Beast” that they do not even worry about who or what the “Beast” is. This eventually leads to major conflict between the boys. They eventually catch who they thought was the “Beast”, but was actually Simon, and started doing the their rain dance around him on a dark rainy night. Jack ordered his group to kill the “Beast”. They did as there tribe leader asked and ended up killing Simon. To start off, every boy on the island felt guilt for what they have done, everyone but one person, Jack. This is a major act of evil because Jack had ordered all the boys to kill Simon. He feels no remorse after he had ordered his men to kill this “Beast”. Ralph felt the worst because he had just had his tribe…

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    Last night was my worth night ever. I could barely get to sleep. My brains were repeating the same PPT slide show of the best I saw. Jack held up a meeting in the morning saying I am a coward. He’d then start talking about building his own tribe. Anyone who’d like to join his tribe is welcomed. Yeah! Go take those boys! I am sick and tired of this group! Let me see what kind of group that you will become later on! Go! Leave me alone! I don't want to see you anymore! I am going to work with Piggy…

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    Personal Narrative-Lace

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    Cold and wet, tired and exhausted, she made her way along the path through the forest. “She” was Vanessa, and she had no idea how she got here. Actually, yes she did. Her horse bucked her off, she hit her head, and her horse, Storm, had ran off. First, she needed a plan of attack. In this case, how to find her horse. She really needed to sit down, though. So Vanessa sat on a rock. That was where things went wrong. She fell through the rock. Vanessa didn’t sit on any ordinary rock. She sat on a…

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    Piggy is Ralph's slave. But Ralph does not let his men go out and kill people like Jack has his group do if someone is in their way of trying to rule the island, Ralph's group just wants to survive on the island until help will get to them. Piggy has the mostly easier side of being a slave because all he would have to do is go get firewood, water, and some more things to improve their camp while they are on the island. Piggy knows he is doing the right thing because he stuck with Ralph though…

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    Imagine you were a kid stranded on a deserted island with no adults but just other kids. In the book "Lord Of The Flies" by William Golding that's exactly what happened. Jack and some other schoolboys are stranded on a deserted island after their plane has crashed. Jack and his society were trying to be civilized and made laws with their new leader Ralph. But it's not long before jack starts to turn savage along with the rest of the boys.I believe that in the novel, jack is changing to a…

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    In chapter one though three we have learned that there is group of boys that got stranded on a deserted island after their plane got shot down. This left the group of boys wondering what to do. We are also introduced to Ralph who became the leader for blowing into the conch and calling the other boys into order. Piggy, who is chubby but very smart and reasonable. Then we got Jack who wanted to become chief but didn’t get enough votes. In chapter two, Ralph called for another meeting to discuss…

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    Tawny Research Paper

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    Tawny: Tawny is an 13 year old girl with long curly blonde hair and green eyes. She is the daughter of Briar Rose, who abandoned her when she was born because she wanted to protect her from the evil sorceress who had cursed Briar. Tawny lives in a treehouse in a maple tree in the deepest part of the forest, so no one could find her. The tree she lives in has a protective spell on it so Carabosse wouldn’t find her and finish her off. The second she leaves the tree, Carabosse found her and was…

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    Moreover, hunting the pig drives the plot as an allegorical novel due to the long metaphors current in the scenes where the hunters are killing pigs. Consequently, the long metaphor starts when Jack, as well as the other boys, initially cannot kill a pig because the enormity of the event is weighing on the his consciousnesses. When Jack, Ralph and Simon cannot kill a pig, they feel guilt because they tried to take the life of another creature. Seemingly, Jack only paused for a second, “the pause…

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    Chapter Five: Beasts from Water Summary: Ralph starts to think about his position as leader and calls a meeting. He tells the boys that they aren’t doing what they’re supposed to be doing. He brings up the fact that they don’t help build shelters or gather drinking water, they obviously don’t care about the signal fire, and they don’t use the designated toilet area. They boys start to talk about the “beastie” and the older boys try to tell the younger boys that they are all imagining things.…

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    "Hey, look at his butt!" Jack whispers, sending his friends into ceaseless bouts of giggles. After fifteen minutes of instruction, the group of five-year-olds retained one idea: Winnie-the-Pooh's hindquarters were more entertaining than learning about hand hygiene. I demonstrate proper handwashing techniques once more, as my pride, and the minute remnants of Vaseline on my hand, make a Usain Bolt-like dash towards the drain of the polished metal basin. As a new Red Cross Club, we had failed. As…

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