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Lord of The Flies: Discuss The Main Events, Chapters 10-12

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He dies in a gruesome way, falling forty feet onto a rock, and the description doesn�t try and make it any less disturbing. The use of the word �stuff� is a childlike view of the situation, as they wouldn�t have known what it was spilling out. Then he is referred to as pig-like in the way he twitches � a derogatory contrast, just like when he was alive, everyone always putting him down. His death sequence takes only one paragraph of the book, but Simon�s death was at least a page long, this shows how they were very different people within the book � Simon being soft and gentle and Piggy being the outcast nerd. Finally I have chosen the very end of the book, when the naval officer finds Ralph. He has just run away from the tribe, the island burning, and when he gets to the beach he finds this clean, white dressed man standing there. ...read more.

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