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    Kermit’s Revenge It was time to get back at that sack of pork. Ms. Piggy has been spending all my money on blond wigs, she has been fighting with me, and always takes all the spot light from me. I don’t know what I will do to be rid of her. Hmmm… I can eat her… no I cant, but I could. Gonzo walks in “ Hey Gonzo how are you feeling about the new movie?” “ Not too well Kermit “ I started walking to the set and saw Ms. Piggy walking toward me “ Hey there Kermit can I have the credit card I saw a nice

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    Piggy Dehumanization

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    Piggy is seen as a symbol of intelligence in Lord of the Flies, he offers ideas and sees the right way to do things at times but most of the other boys on the island do not care for Piggy's ideas or help and they usually pick on him, most likely because he is overweight and is seen as different and unneeded due to his weight, his asthma and the glasses he must wear all the time. In the novel, Piggy's real name is never mentioned and he is even sometimes called "Fatty" by Jack and the others which

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    Piggy As An Outsider

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    contributes to the character being perceived as a victim, thus inviting the readers to see Piggy as an outsider. Piggy is a complex character that Golding portrays as an outcast by placing him in an unnatural setting. Golding constructs Piggy as a victim by using strategies such as appearance, setting, and symbols of civilization. Readers are invited to see Piggy as a victim through Piggy's altered appearance. Piggy is unable to partake in essential activities around the island such as swimming, running

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    Character Of Piggy

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    personality as well as civilization. Piggy is a clever boy who shares his knowledge with the rest of the boys throughout the novel. However, he is also a victim of asthma and myopia, the condition of being shortsighted. Myopia is fixed by wearing glasses, which is a symbol of technology and civilization. Piggy plays a major role throughout the novel and serves as symbols of logic, scientific knowledge as well as inferiority. When trapped on a stranded island

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    Simon And Piggy

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    older boys, leaders emerge and focus on the issues of the island, eventually creating a devastating divide. Two of the older boys, Piggy and Simon, are both benevolent, important characters, symbolic of the positive aspects and achievements of man; they must die to reinforce a social hierarchy of human instinct and demonstrate how savagery and contempt

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    Piggy Symbolism

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    the most important symbols that help understand Piggy are the pigs on the island and his glasses. His glasses represent his intelligence and his ability to come up with creative ideas about how to survive. Piggy is the one who finds the conch and teaches Ralph how to use it. The pigs on the other hand share a very similar behavior as Piggy who is shy but crucial to the survival of the boys. Without the pigs, at the boys would starve out and without Piggy they wouldn’t even be together in one spot.

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    Piggy Allegory

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    beginning the boys were still the prim and proper English boys they were raised to be. For instance, Piggy says, “I agree with Ralph. We’ve got to have rules and obey them. After all, we’re not savages. We’re English, and the English are the best at everything. So we’ve got to do the right things” (Golding 40). Even though Piggy is the most logical of the group of boys, most of the other boys ignore him. Piggy is the only person that stays with Ralph throughout

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    Piggy Qualities

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    If I would choose one person to be my leader on the island, I would choose piggy. The reason for that is because really he is the smartest kid there, he has the ideas and Ralph either takes his ideas or nobody listens to him. Piggy has all the qualities of a good leader though, he has ideas like a leader, and does certain things. Good qualities a good leader should have would be to actually be able to lead people. To have good ideas and to be able to think clearly in bad situations. A good leader

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    Piggy Monologue

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    I spent a weekend with Jack, one of the boys from the island. He currently resides in Texas where he owns his own ranch. Here is a recount of the encounter. I greeted him at the front door and he shook my hand, a smile on his face. I couldn’t help feel that the smile was somewhat forced. I decided to start of small and just ask about his life since he returned home. “ So since you have been rescued what have you been doing with yourself? I suppose that there isn’t a lot that seems changing after

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    Ralph And Piggy

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    From the minute they arrive on the island, Ralph and Piggy are searching for some semblance of the glue that held their lives together: authority. Within the first chapter, the conch shell that Piggy stumbles upon becomes a symbol of leadership and community, like the “men with the megaphones” it is used to bring the community together, and “most obscurely, yet most powerfully”

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