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Lord of the FLies

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Robin Wolf-Gould

on 31 May 2016

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Transcript of Lord of the FLies

Lord of the Flies
By: Robin, Christina, Peyton
Difference between book and movie
Piggy was bullied throughout the whole entire book and didn't deserve to die because he was strategic and followed the orders of Ralph and Jack.
Not only did the innocent boys get rescued but so did the people that killed Simon and Piggy which is unjust because they didn't deserve to be rescued.
Justice is your punishment or reward based on your prior actions.
Simon realizes that the beast they feared was within them and it was a figure of their imagination. Simon pretends to be the beast and a few of the boys kill him out of fear. We believe this is unjust because he wasn't actually the beast he just realized something the boys didn't.
By: William Golding
The resolution is all the boys being saved but Piggy and Simon who were both killed .
We believe the resolution is unjust because...
"'His names not fatty' cried Ralph, 'His real name is Piggy!' 'Piggy!' 'Piggy!' 'Oh, Piggy!'" (pg.21)
"'Kill the beast! Cut his throat! Spill his blood!"' (pg.152)
"The officer leaned down and looked closely at Ralph.' Two? Killed?"' (pg.201)
Counter argument
The resolution was just because they were just young boys who didn't know how to fend for themselves so they deserved to be rescued.
"...the other little boys began to shake and sob too." (pg.202)
The book is unjust because they figured out how to have order and survive on the island and they still abused the power of having no adults which resulted in killing two people
"Seems we ought to have a chief to decide things." (pg.22)
In the book the boys fail to keep the signal fire lit and a ship passes and they don't get rescued. In the movie it was an airplane that passes.
In the book the conch gets destroyed and in the movie it is not showed.
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