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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Their bodies, from throat to ankle, were hidden by black cloaks, which bore a long silver cross on the left breast…” (Golding 19)Jacks in charge of the choir. They can be - what do you want them to be? Hunters. Jack and Ralph smiledat each other with a shy liking, (Golding 23) Evidence Claim When the choir first walks onto the beach, they are wearing black robes with crosses on them showing that they are catholic. Golding uses irony when Ralph declares the choir as hunters. Golding includes the character of Piggy in the novel to portray the people of society who are put down or mistreated because of the way they look or what they do. Pictures/Videos "But there was a stillness about Ralph as he sat that marked him out: there was his size, and attractive appearance; most obscurely, yet powerfully, there was the conch, (Golding 22). Meanwhile Ralph continued to blow till voiced shouted in the forest Signs of life were visible now on the beach, (Golding 18). The conch shell symbolizes unity for the group and leadership in Ralph which Golding includes in order to capture the essence of how theyll all help each other try to survive until theyre rescued. He was shorter than the fair boy and very fat, (Golding 9).The fat boy glanced over his shoulder, then leaned toward Ralph. He whispered. They used to call me Piggy. Ralph shrieked with laughter. He jumped up, (Golding 11). Symbol: Conch Shell Character: Piggy Point of View Religous Imagery "They were bright blue, eyes that in this frustration seemed bolting and nearly mad,"(Golding 48). "He lowered his chin and staredat the traces as though he would force them to speak to him," (Golding 48). Golding changes the pointof view in The Lord of theFlies in order to show whatthe character is feeling andseeing in that situation. The author only writes only aboutone character to show what they think about the situation.
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