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  • 1. Question
      • At the start of the novel, we are told:
      • "Ralph and Jack smiled at each other with shy liking"
      • Yet by the end, they are mortal enemies. What happens to ruin their friendship?
  • 2. William Golding: Lord of the Flies
    • EITHER
    • 4 Lord of the Flies begins with friendship and ends with death and violence.
    • How does Golding present this change and what do you think is shown by it? (27 marks)
    • OR
    • 5 What do you think is the importance of the .beast. in Lord of the Flies ?
    • Write about:
    • ! ideas that the boys have about the .beast.
    • ! what the .beast. may symbolise
    • ! how Golding presents the .beast.. (27 marks)
  • 3.  
  • 4. 4 Lord of the Flies begins with friendship and ends with death and violence . How does Golding present this change and what do you think is shown by it? (27 marks)
    • Intro:
    • Reword qu: Golding presents the change of friendship at the exposition of the novel, into a downfall of violence towards the resolution of the novel. He uses vivid imagery and profound symbolism, in order to make an explicit comment on the human condition.
    • Brief summary of narrative – friendship vs violence.
    • Contents page – mind map: formalise it
    • Techniques used by Golding?
    • 8 – 10 lines NO MORE!
  • 5. 4 Lord of the Flies begins with friendship and ends with death and violence . How does Golding present this change and what do you think is shown by it? (27 marks)
    • Point – what you think
    • Evidence – quote EMBEDDED!
    • Effect – makes you/reader feel
    • Lang – take one word from quote used and talk about effect of that word –
    • Initially, Golding’s narrative begins with hope, friendship and adrenalin. The boys, realising they are masters of their own society can hardly contain themselves; “Weow!” “Wacco!” “Bong!” Golding places the reader in a voyeuristic position – they enter into the testosterone fuelled euphoria, alongside the boys. This is reinforced by Golding’s introduction of a primal and instinctual language; the boys use their new found freedom, to reorganise their society and culture.

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