The characterization of Piggy in the novel Lord of the Flies
Marooned on a deserted tropical island in the mid 1940' a challenge faces a group of British schoolboys. While fleeing England the group's plane was shot down killing all adults and authority with it. This forces the boys to rely fully on each other. The character of piggy helps to teach them how to survive in an uncivilized society until the day he dies. To understand the Lord of the Flies, one must understand Piggy, his adult characteristics, and several goals.
Throughout the entire endeavor on the island Piggy is seen as an outcast of society. No one wants him around,…
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