Lord of the flies

Character analysis

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  • Ralph is the epitome of a British boy





  • Golding describes him as mild- featured- "there was a mildness about his mouth and eyes that proclaimed no devil" ~(page 5, chapter1)
  • He has no hidden depth or unhealthy traits
  • His good behavior and cleanliness probably is linked to his background and his fathers military orientations
  • His quaint family home is all that keeps him sane
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  • Systematic problem solver

- devises the convention that the conch holder is the speaker.

  • Although Ralph uses Piggy's name to get a laugh at the beginning of the novel. Ralph lacks the malevolent intentions that Jack has. He also finds the way out after
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not fully satisfied

Mark Butterworth


How come theres nothing on piggy?

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