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The Lord of The Flies

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on 29 September 2014

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Transcript of The Lord of The Flies

Lord of The Flies
Lord of the Flies is...
Nobel prize
Historical
realistic
the setting was in the cold war
The Story Itself
Cold war
Atomic war
English Choir boys
Plane
GOAL!
This is the End of my First book Talk!!
Thank you!
PIGGY
RALPH
Jack
Simon
MY RATINGS
10 out of 10
when simplified is...
5/5
TBH, THIS IS THE BEST BOOK I'VE EVER READ!!
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a world without adults
Actions that kids do
About the Author
Recommendation
Likes & Dislikes
Detail
Concept
Characters' personality
Human Nature
I :
I Dislike:
Jack
The ending
Evil
I'm telling you to read the end. It's monstrous, disturbing. I'm telling you, you'll hate Jack so much for what he did. You'll cry because of the sorrow of the outcome. I was scared of watching the movie, knowing how dark the story was. Even though it was a "happy" ending, I wasn't satisfied. I wanted my revenge on Jack, I was enraged.
My Opinion
I would recommend this book to people ages 12 and up, the reason I do not recommend this book to a younger audience is because they may not understand the concept of the book, since it may be too confusing for younger readers.. Anyone who likes to read historical fiction, tragedy or books that are deep or make you think should read this book. I think this because you will feel sad by the events that are to happen. The story gets really deep and dark. takes place in the past, so historical fiction readers can relate to the past.. So if you are in these categories, I recommend you to read the book.
1911-1993
Sept 19, 1911 in Cornwall
Brasenose College, Oxford to study natural science
12 novels
LOTF 1954
Award Nobel prize for literature which said "...his novels which, with the perspicuity of realistic narrative art and the diversity and universality of myth, illuminate the human condition in the world of today".
plays, essays, reviews etc.
death journal
http://www.william-golding.co.uk/
http://www.william-golding.co.uk/media/22919/p_biog.pdf

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