Lord of the Flies by Golding - Literary Breakdown
1. IRONY- a saying, happening, or situation that is apparently contrary to what is intended or desired.
a) Fire with intent to kill ended up being the reason for rescue- When pursuing Ralph, Jack ordered the forest to be set on fire, to either kill him or force him out into the open. 'He (Ralph) heard a curious trickling sound and then a louder crepitation as if someone were unwrapping great sheets of cellophane. A stick snapped and he stifled a cough. Smoke was seeping through the branches.' (Pg. 215, 2nd Para.) This proved to be their saving grace, as a naval boat saw the smo…
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