Lord Of Flies Character Analysis Essay

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Assignment: Prewriting Activities You will submit your prewriting documents for the character analysis essay. Submit your completed brainstorming and outline graphic organizers. The brainstorming graphic organizer should be complete and show evidence that you have considered several characters and their characteristics for your essay. The outline graphic organizer should demonstrate a plan for writing and include appropriate and sufficient textual support. Character Analysis Outline Pattern of organization I will use: Logical Order Title of my essay: Transforming A Beast What I want to include in my introduction: Lord of Flies is a novel that represent a bunch of children who struggle and have hardship on the island. Jack is one …show more content…

Of course, Jack wants to become a leader of the group because he wants to dominate others. The first conflict is about being a leader on the island. Evidence: Jack did not care about the rules before he became a leader as below: (Ralph summoned his wits. “Because the rules are the only thing we’ve got!” But Jack was shouting against him. “Bollocks to the rules! We’re strong—we hunt! If there’s a beast, we’ll hunt it down! We’ll close in and beat and beat and beat—!”) 129-130. What I want to include in my second body paragraph: Jack took the advantage of Ralph and the group’s fear about the beast and became a leader. Before becoming a leader, he looked down on Ralph and gossiped about him as below: Evidence: (Jack turned to the hunters. “He’s not a hunter. He’d never have got us meat. He isn’t a prefect and we don’t know anything about him. He just gives orders and expects people to obey for nothing.) 181-182. What I want to include in my third body paragraph: Jack’s psychology begins to change because he thinks bad and negative, and so he begins to suspect on others. So, he gets scared of any plots against him. He begins combatant and aggressive,

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