To Kill A Mockingbird And Lord Of The Flies Comparison

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Introduction: “Perspective gives us the ability to accurately contrast the large with the small, and the important with the less important. Without it we are lost in a world where all ideas, news, and information look the same. We cannot differentiate, we cannot prioritize, and we cannot make good choices…” This is a quote recited by John Sununu. In books, we must be able to compare and contrast the difference between one sequence from the other; from one context to the next. Character, plot, and the perspective of the reader gives each book that uniqueness and strive. Lord of the Flies by William Golding and To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, each are a special book, and each give off their own uniqueness with varied similarities. Lord of the Flies: (SUMMARY WITH QUOTE) SUMMARY…show more content…
After waking up, he remembers that a plane crash occurred. The plane that he was on crashed on an uninhabited island in the Pacific Ocean. The plane he was on only consisted of Britsh boys and a pilot, and the pilot had died in the crash. Soon, everyone begins to awake. All the boys on the island decide to create their own society, with their own rules, and elect Ralph as their chief, with the help of Piggy’s intellectual abilities. The boys also, use a conch as a talking stick. Ralph then sets out their number one priority: the fire they have set must not burn
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