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"Lord of the Flies"
In the following passages, we are exposed to the efforts of Ralph to diminish the segregation of the boys, whilst still being in the presence of evil. The skull of the beast is a symbol of the strong innate evil that still exists on the island amongst the boys and how it patronises Ralph in particular. We are also exposed to the complete loss of social expectations and behavioral manners when we see the deliberate killing of their own tribe, Piggy.
In this passage, we see the control that the skull possesses and how it 'gets under' the skin of Ralph by patronizing him. …
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