Lord Of The Flies Piggy Analysis

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Scott Zhao Block: B Would the situations be different if listened piggy? Some people always say if I listened my mom’s opinion I would not drown in the terrible situation, if you listened someone’s opinion, the situation would be different. According to the novel Lord of the flies by William Golding, Piggy’s character is used to represent the wise aspect of man and behavior almost as same as an adult member to the boys. There are three things can prove that if listened to piggy the circumstances would be different. He is a clear thinker, his appearance, and his symbolic losses throughout the novel. Initially, we could see the evidence of Piggy’s thinking ability at the beginning of this novel Lord of the flies by William Golding. Piggy realizes the boys’ situation and he is thinking about how they are going to survive. He says, “We got to find the others, we got to do something.” It can prove it and he know what should they do when the others don’t. He was thinking at that time and he got the right idea from his mind. The indication of his intelligence he says, “A conch…he used to blow it… he kind of spat… you blew from down here.” Only a bright person would know the name of a rare shell and how to blow it to make a noise. These all help prove his role as an old, supposedly, wise person because usually…show more content…
He is fat, “bad-looking”; it is that which leads to the boys’ lack of respect for him. Also his asthma, weak eyes and thin hair are all common afflictions of old age. Throughout the novel his glasses are used to symbolize intellect. These all help prove his role as an old, supposedly, wise person because usually the elder are looked upon for reason and order. It seems that his physical weaknesses and characteristics are all consistent with the adult role he is made to play. Shamefully, only Ralph realizes his knowledge. Everyone else is lead by fear instead of

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