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Piggy's Innocence Quotes

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In third novel The Lord of the Flies by William Golding the characters are all innocent when they first get to the island. They are some boys that are happy they don't have any adults and there are others who are not. Ralph is a character who shows innocence in the beginning of the novel when he tells everyone Piggy's nickname even though Piggy told him not to "he's not fatty. He's real name is Piggy!" (Golding). That quote shows how immature Ralph and the children are when they laugh at Piggy. Another example of the children's innocence is when Jack could not kill the piglet that was trapped in the vines "I was choosing a place. I was just waiting for a moment to decide where to stab him" (Golding). Jack not being able to kill the piglet
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