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Lord of the Flies

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Maria Patricia Gonzales

on 29 September 2014

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Transcript of Lord of the Flies

Lord of the Flies: Character Stages
Simon
Simon's character is a stage 3 because, he is always trying to have the boys on the island to like him. For example when he "found for them fruit they could not reach" and grabbed the fruit for them and when he gave Piggy some of his meat. Simon displays how much he wants to be liked or at least be accepted by the boys on the island.
Piggy
Ralph
Ralph is a stage 5. Other than him being the chief of the group of boys he doesn't just think about himself but the entire ensemble. In particular, when he decides to "Have a signal going on the mountain so they'll come and take us." This was when Ralph wanted to set a fire on the mountain in case someone sees it and hopefully rescues them
Jack
Piggy, like Simon also has a stage 3
character level, because he wants to be treated respectfully like everybody else. Such as when he first meets Ralph on the island, he tells him "I don't care what you call me, as long as it's not what they used to call me in school[...]Piggy." This shows that Piggy wants to be treated the same way as everyone else and not being called something insulting.
Lastly Jack, He is a stage 4 character, because he is aware of the rules established on the island, yet his choice of not choosing to follow them. Notably when he yells in one of the meetings "Bollocks to the rules!" and "We don't need the conch." Jack shows that he is choosing to rebel against the rules that Ralph sets up
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