William Golding's Lord Of The Flies: Character Analysis

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Realistic fiction is one of the most thrilling and nerve-wracking types of stories ever. They can throw the reader off course with all kinds of twists and turns. One good example would be,”Lord of the Flies”, by William Golding. In the book, a group of schoolboys crash landed by a bomb colliding with their plane which gives the idea of a war going on in the story. The main characters are Ralph and Piggy. The story starts off with Ralph waking up and realizing where he is and begins to explore the island and becomes acquainted with Piggy. Their relationship is passive-aggressive as they tend to bicker back and forth but agree on most things. Throughout the story, they end up building a small civilization with the other boys, but conflicts arrive and cause disruptions. They meet Jack and his choir boys and Ralph and him do not get along since both want to be chief. In the end, a ship arrives and saves all them and shows how barbaric the boys have become over time. …show more content…

The brain changes as we grow and at their age in the stages of development, the brain is definitely changing and morphing. The brain at this stage in age is transitioning into the stage of which puberty has a chance to begin so, both the body and mind are growing and changing. They make decisions that are rewarding to them even if it’s not a moral decision, like Ralph and the pig meat. He said he wouldn’t eat meat and stuck to berries, but when it was offered, he ate it wildly. Everyone makes bad decisions and it usually has consequences like when Piggy spoke up to Jack and got in his face. The outcome of this was being punched in the stomach and his glasses broken. So, in general, their bodies and minds are growing so their choice can be random and

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