Lord Of The Flies Point Of View Analysis

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The title is named after a direct incident that happened as the climax of the book. The beginning of the story leads up to a presumed death waiting to happen in Jay’s, one of the main protagonists at the time, side of the family. Right off the bat, the title comes into play. Jay falsely believes that his father is on his deathbed after being informed by his drunken brother. When Jay arrives to his father’s house he discovers that his father will be okay and is angry at his brother. The story then switches to his brother, Ralph's, point of view. We, as the readers, can see how Ralph is feeling over his father and how he shows his emotions. Ralph is the character who is most exaggerating the situation, he had made himself believe that his father
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