Unity In Lord Of The Flies

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William Golding’s Lord of the Flies is a well known novel that is prominent for its story line, which symbolise many significant means. The novel was published in the wake of World War II and was set to play as a backdrop to the atomic war. The novel begins with a group of English schoolboys who are in a plane and their plane crashes on a stranded island, after arriving they immediately create working system by electing Ralph as the leader, Jack and choir boys become the hunters, and Piggy serves as an advisor. Not only do the boys form groups, they create a fire to rescue themselves, along with using the conch to maintain order and unity. As time progresses, the boys have numerous encounters with what the little one call the “Beastie”, many
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