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Lord of the Flies is told from a third-person limited point of view. Ralph is the protagonist, and the narrator focuses primarily on his point of view.
Lord of the Flies is told in the past tense.
The title, Lord of the Flies, refers to a pig's head mounted on a stick by Jack and his band of hunters; it comes to symbolize the potential for evil that resides inside each person.
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