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Lord of the Flies is a novel written by William Golding. The story takes place on an uninhabited island where some British boys, ranging in age from 6 to 12, are marooned. In the book, when they first arrive on the island gold and not one of them has any adult supervision, it is just consists of children who are left to their own devices for a time by their parents with no consequences for bad behavior. At first, most of the children act responsibly and according to the norms of civilization. However, as each day passes they become increasingly selfish and cruel. And while some children cower in fear, other children even begin to imitate their own parents’ bad habits. At last there is one boy who rejects this descent into savagery: Ralph, the only boy who has been taught from birth that he must always obey his parents. One might assume that Ralph’s triumph is simply a reflection of the fact that he was raised by decent parents. In fact, however, it is his complete rejection of the pigmies’ malign influence that saves him. As Ralph observes:
“I thought I could see, if only dimly, the sort of man I would have to be to survive in this environment. It was a question not only of having strength and courage but of actually knowing what was right and wrong. I was seeing the others, now, for the first time as they really were – weak and corrupted. I took a long breath and said in a voice that was almost normal: “I see you’ve had a good look at each other, now. What are we going to do with these creatures?” Of course it was a trick question. The others were all at least half-witted and so I didn’t expect any of them to know what the answer should have been; but all of us in fact knew immediately…. For a moment the degradation of the child-beast held us silent. Then Jack said, “Kill the pig!” and the spell was broken.”
How to find books with Scars
There are, in my opinion, four different ways that you might search for a book to use for a book report. The first being using the Books shelve of your reader’s Choice. The second being using the Authors shelve of your reader’s Choice. The third being using the Title shelave of your reader’s Choice (English is not my first language so i may have made some mistakes here). The fourth being using the Subject shelf of your reader’s Choice. These are all four ways that i use and have used, but i would like to teach a new way of finding books with scars.
When you find a book that you want for a book report, place it into one of three different categories: 1. Book on the war 2. Book about a war 3. Books from the perspective of someone who actually experienced the war (yes, there is such a thing). To do this, you must read the book.
After you have placed the book into one of these three categories, you can then find other books that are about the same topic, only from different perspectives.
A tip for using the scar essay: I suggest using a lot of visual aids in your scar essay to make it look more interesting and grab people’s attention. When i was reading one of my scar essays in class, the teacher was intrigued by my essay and asked me to read it aloud to the class.
Let’s use a book report on the book “The Book Thief” by Markus Zusak as an example:
Scars In Lord Of The Flies By William Golding – A Book That Touches Your Heart
Lord of the Flies by William Golding is a book that touches our hearts and teaches us valuable lessons. The name of the main character in this book, Ralph, is a name that means “freedom.” Of course being a boy, Ralph’s behavior can be quite different than it would be if you were were to name your child Judith. The book takes place on an island and as Ralph is learning to live on his own, he also learns how to survive in the wild. But with all of this comes dangers, such as wild animals, disease and other dangers the boys face on their island. One way the book touched my heart is when Ralph began to make fire by rubbing sticks together and blowing with his mouth. This teaches Ralph about what fire is and how important it is to us on our day to day lives. As the book progresses, the boys begin to form a tribe structure. They all want to be the one in charge, which would be Ralph. Being in charge of hundreds of boys is quite a lot of responsibility, but Ralph is willing and able to deal with it. The only time the group was having some issues was when they needed to create a shelter and all of them felt that they needed to have their own shelter. This could be seen as some conflict, but the end result is that they are all able to live in one shelter.
Why Scarlett Was Actually a Beautiful Girl , My Scars Have Been Taught Me Everything About Life & Love And How It Can Make Or Break You (“scar”, “soul”)
Scarlett O’Hara is a character in the movie, “Gone With the Wind”, and she is played by Vivien Leigh. Scarlett lives on a large plantation in Georgia, but because her father has lost his money, Scarlett must work like everyone else. She meets Ashley who is a catch of a husband because he is handsome, kind and sweet. Though she loves him dearly, she cannot marry him because it would be boring to be the wife of an old man. Scarlett wants to marry the dashing Rhett Butler, but she cannot because he is known to treat women like they are only objects of beauty. But when Ashley refuses to marry her, Scarlett will soon learn that there is a good reason why Ashley chose not to marry her.
So when the movie ends, Scarlett still searches for love. She only wants to marry a man who adores her and wants to stay with her forever. I am sure many readers of this paper are able to relate to Scarlett’s situation, because most women probably have felt like she did at one point in their lives. I am a girl who wants someone to love me as much as I love them. I cannot be with one man for the rest of my life because I want to see what other people are like and get married to someone else after knowing them for a short amount of time. So like Scarlett, most girls feel the same way.