"Lord Of the Flies" by William Golding.
Lord Of The Flies
By: William Golding
Lord of the flies is about a bunch of children who are stranded on an island with absolutely no adults, meaning no civilization or order. The story starts off with two boys Piggy and Ralph who bring all the children together by blowing on a conch shell. The conch shell, in my opinion, is the most relevant symbol in the story. The conch sets rules, it has the importance of stability and it is the only symbol of civilization.
The conch gives the kids something to follow, it is pretty much the only thing they have. It gives the children a sense of law a…
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