Allegory In Lord Of The Flies Quote Analysis

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There are over 2,000 islands on Earth, and each one is different. Every single person’s life is completely different; they deal with situations in a unique way, feel differently towards people and things... Every aspect varies. The only thing that is the same is that we all change. In The Lord of the Flies, a group of young boys are stranded on a island, with only each other to rely on. In life, you have to trust yourself to keep going. The island changes them. The Littluns lost their innocence, Ralph learns to do what's best for himself and the people around him, and Jack takes over, making irrational and dangerous decisions. We all lose our innocence, we all strengthen our subconscious, and we all get taken over by tough times. The Lord of the Flies is an allegory for a person's life and the changes they experience.

First, the littluns lose their innocence and childhood while they are on the island. Upon crashing on the island, they were scared of a “beast” that supposedly lived on the island. It is so common for little kids to be scared of imaginary
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I have this theory because everyone in the book changes; the littluns lost their innocence, Jack got taken over by irrational thoughts, and Ralph learned to balance his life. This book shows that no matter what, in our life will always go through changes. We will go our entire lives never knowing about someone who lives across the world because they aren't related to us, but we could be going through the exact same changes (to a certain degree.) Yes, they might be going through something harder or easier or whatever else, but they still are going through changes that affect them in the long run. Also, it was about how change can I have an effect people for the good or the bad. The whole point of life is to deal with the change in the best way that you can. It may not always be a positive outcome, but you just have to make it

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