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Sam and Eric (Lord of the Flies)

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Almaa Mhae Aguzar

on 11 January 2013

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Sam and Eric Symbolizes in Human Nature Symbolizes in Society By: Sabrina & Alma; Period 5 Weakness Sam and Eric symbolizes Sam and Eric symbolizes in human nature. This is because Jack threatened, manipulated, and coerced Samneric to reveal Ralph's hiding place, betraying Ralph. "[Although] even after they are forced to follow Jack, they remain loyal to Ralph by sneaking him food and by hiding him from the others when they are on guard.” Sam and Eric are twins, who later on was called “Samneric” by Jack and everyone else. They were seen as a whole and not for their individuality because they act alike and as one, “they breathed together, they grinned together, they were chunky and vital.” (18)
They were the kind of boy’s who would obey their leader’s orders
They are Allies with Ralph and they’re in a group called "bigguns"
Their main job throughout the story is to tend the fire
Sticks together, and they finish each other’s sentences
Their physical appearance is described as “barely having enough skin” to cover both: and they are “stretched”
Sam and Eric symbolizes many things
Their personalities is a combination of Ralph's and Jack's in a way that their not as serious as Ralph, but surviving and being rescued is still a priority to them. In the other hand, they like to have fun and enjoy playing, but in a less savage and extreme matter than Jack. ! BIG MOMENT ! The big moment that occurred was when Sam and Eric got into a fight between each other. It was a big deal because they hardly ever fight. Which leads to our first symbol. Facts R E S O U R C E S https://sites.google.com/site/samnericb5/4-samneric-personality
http://blog.yssd.org/bedellel/2011/09/10/lotf-character-analysis-sam-and-eric-period-45/ ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * ~ * the well-intentioned members of general public who play by the rules of whoever is in charge. They are loyal and they look only to appease whoever is in charge. Brotherhood "This notion of ‘brother turning against brother’ can be applied to the boys as a whole. Many of the arguments against war are based on the fact that it is unnatural and wrong for members of the same species to attack and kill one another. Piggy is so disturbed at Sam and Eric’s fighting because they are brothers, but really, we should all be disturbed because, in a way, all men are brothers." http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQlo5MsopSgA03qjDmT7zaHS860Ixw8kUh98oWvM1FA4R_bMZ51rg
http://www.enotes.com/lord-of-the-flies/discuss/what-allegory-lord-flies-4237?start=10 ( The Littluns ) The Littluns are reffered to the little boys in the group ages six and up
They symbolize innocence
They respect & follow the older boys and become essential supporters toward Ralph and Jack Human Nature In the real world .. they represent the mass of society and the lower class, (commoners). They are essentially the followers of society that do not speak out or question authority. they represent innocence. Since there very young, they don't know most of the stuff that's going on. They just do what there told to do without questioning the older boys.
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