Internal conflict trying to keep their humanity and

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Internal Conflict:trying to keep their humanity and not turn into a society of savagery that is caused by their distance from the real world and society.Protagonist’s Epiphany/Insight into the World:Ralph met the navy general and realized that there is still humanity in the world outside of the island they had been stranded onClimax:When Simon sees the “beast” for the first time and wanted to warn the boys but ends up being murdered Other Significant Characters/Their Roles:Piggy - he is the intelligent one on the island who constantly is thinking logically and wants to be rescued and stay out of the conflict that is ruining the order on theislandSam and Eric - the twins that are brought in with the savages and help in the hunt for RalphSimon - the Christ figure in the novel who is a constant, unchanging symbol of goodness and doesn’t ever have any signs of evil in him. Roger - the bully who aims to miss when he is throwing stones at the littluns but he is also more feared than Jack towards the end of the novel.Significant Literary Devices:symbolism, foreshadowing, similes, Major Theme:Humans have the capacity to lose the characteristics that make them humanMinor Themes:Without order there is chaos. Significant Quote:“He found himself understanding the wearisomeness of this life, where every pathwas an improvisation and a considerable part of one’s waking life was spent watching one’s feet.” (page 76).
I think this is a significant quote because it is talking about how the boys are losing their innocence at an early age because of the hardships and positions they were put into. They are all forced to realize that life is hard and not always about fun and playing around with their friends.

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