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Lord of the Flies: Uniform

The symbolism of the uniform throughout the novel
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Jonelle Orr

on 17 December 2010

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Transcript of Lord of the Flies: Uniform

Click anywhere & add an idea The Uniform... In the uniform we are all
the same, a unit controlled
by one or more individuals. Once we're out of the
uniform, we change-
there's no structure so
we let ourselves go and
do what we would normally
get in trouble for. Ralph is realizing that he
has always been held down;
in the novel, Golding is using
the clothing to represent
society. When the naval officer arrived in uniform
all activity within the boys stopped. Civilization
had presented itself to the boys once again, which
ended their "war".
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