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Paradox and Satire

Use of paradox and satire in "Lord of the Flies"
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Christian Kloss

on 29 April 2010

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Transcript of Paradox and Satire

Paradox and Satire A paradox is a condradiction which is true In Lord of the Flies the existing paradoxes change :

mood
understanding of the piece
meaning of situations An example for a paradox are the boys themselves.
They are afraid of the beast, but they are not that different to it.
Loss of civilization
Becoming of savages
Pre-historic behaviour (Dancing around the dead pig and celebrating)
Both show their teeth (barbarian behaviour) The boys as well as the monster are both prepared to attack and armored (SPear)

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