Loss Of Innocence In Piggy's Death

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The most frequently used subject is death, it is treated as one defining elements in novels, poetries and even plays. The presence of death in literature isn’t always pretty, but the outcomecan result to a beautiful story plot. This subject can be viewed upon in three ways. Firstly, the loss of innocence. Secondly, a passion of love as a cause of violence. And lastly, a major theme for entertainment. Death in the book Lord of the Flies by Willaim Golding is in other words ; a sign of the boys’ loss of innocence on the island. Piggy’s death is the most tragic and significant one because he represents the voice of reason on the secluted area, therefore, when he died the conch, and the order and control died with him.“Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man’s heart, and tge fall through the air of the true, wise friend called Piggy.” (12.248). Now, Simon’s death wiped away any and all trace of rules and resemblance to society. Decisevely, the boys lost it when they kill the pig for food. It signifies more than just food that they…show more content…
By example, history’s dreadful suicide of Romeo and Juliet. The families’ feud led to their children’s deseace which resulted to end both of families’ heir to the throne. However, upon their deaths, the families made peace with each other. Furthermore, Juliet’s willing death created a statement for her love to Romeo ; she had rathered to die than to have married someone other than him. “What if it be a poison, which the Friar subtly hath ministered to have me dead, lest in this mariage he should dishonered, because he maried me before Romeo?” (4.3. Line 24-28). In the last scene of the play, the families will build a statue pure of gold of Romeo and Juliet as a reminder of what has hapenned and perharps to not be repeated. Shakespeare had created such a vivid description of his story to inficis the drama for the
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