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Unformatted text preview: Elie Jermanos Mrs. Atherton English 12, Period 2 Wednesday, January 30, 2008 Lord of the flies In Lord Of The Flies , Goldings message is to show that human nature can never change. He has transmitted his message to the reader through significance Golding used. Since the book is an allegory, it is not just a story about a group of little children that get violent in an island, but it has a deeper meaning. The reader should read it allegorically which means by replacing the characters and things by what they symbolize. Golding also showed how human fear can sometimes be positive they made more fire and smoke so they get rescued (p.150), is an example of when the boys fear of getting stuck on the island made them get together in an assembly, they assumed that a ship might pass and see their smoke or fire if they create it. Jacks fear of getting hungry, and his desire of power created the conflict with his chief he believed that hunting pigs to get meat was the most important, and...
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