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Notes on-lord-of-the-flies-power p-oint v2
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Notes on-lord-of-the-flies-power p-oint v2
Notes on-lord-of-the-flies-power p-oint v2
Notes on-lord-of-the-flies-power p-oint v2
Notes on-lord-of-the-flies-power p-oint v2
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Notes on-lord-of-the-flies-power p-oint v2

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  • 1. Notes on Lord of the Flies<br />Themes:<br />The Need for Social Order<br />Power<br />Vision<br />Fear of the Unknown<br />Loss of Identity<br />Loss of Innocence<br />
  • 2. Notes on Lord of the Flies<br />The Need for Social Order<br />The boys are separated from civilization<br />They attempt to create their own form of order and government<br />Without someone to enforce the rules, the boys fail to observe their own rules<br />The boys eventually abandon the rules of civilization<br />Without social order, the boys commit acts of savagery and murder<br />
  • 3. Notes on Lord of the Flies<br />Power<br />To Ralph, power is democratic<br />The conch becomes a symbol of power<br />To Jack, power is authoritarian<br />Jack treats the members of his choir cruelly<br />The littluns begin to exercise power of small creatures<br />Roger enjoys unrestrained power<br />
  • 4. Notes on Lord of the Flies<br />Vision<br />Mirages impair the boy’ vision<br />Although Piggy’s vision is poor, he can see most clearly what they need to do to survive<br />Piggy is blind to the reality that evil exists in the boys themselves<br />Simon has the clearest vision of the true nature of evil on the island<br />Only Simon sees the “Lord of the Flies”<br />Only Simon goes to the mountaintop to see the beast clearly in the daylight.<br />
  • 5. Notes on Lord of the Flies<br />Fear of the Unknown<br />The boys are afraid because they do not know where they are, why their plane crashed, or what will happen if they are not rescued.<br />The littluns fear the beastie or snake-like thing that comes in the dark<br />The bigguns fears beasts that are still unknown<br />“The Beast” – Snake-like thing – the dead parachutist – The Lord of the Flies – Simon - The boys themselves<br />
  • 6. Notes on Lord of the Flies<br />Loss of Identity<br />The boys begin to lose their individual identities: littluns, bigguns, samneric<br />The choir becomes hunters<br />The mask allows the boys to become someone else<br />Jack’s followers become a savage tribe<br />Ralph has difficulty remember he is the leader and why rescue is important<br />Percival forgets his own name<br />
  • 7. Notes on Lord of the Flies<br />Loss of Innocence<br />Ralph’s faith in democracy is shattered<br />Following the rules offers no protection<br />Piggy’s belief in fairness is proven false<br />Violence takes the lives of three boys<br />The boys come to accept the notion that the world is not completely good<br />
  • 8. Notes on Lord of the Flies<br />The Symbol of the Shell<br />The shell symbolizes power and order on the island<br />The boy holding the shell has the floor to speak at assemblies<br />When the shell is shattered, any semblance of order is gone<br />

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