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Lord of the Flies - Study Guide

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Lord of the Flies unit study guide for literature, from a Christian perspective

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An airplane, carrying a group of British boys fleeing a devastating nuclear war, is shot down and crashes, stranding the boys on a tropical island. With the pilot dead and only themselves to rule the island, the boys try to establish some form of order. Under the leadership of Ralph and the advice of a boy called Piggy, the boys set up rules for survival and rescue. Above all else, a signal fire must be maintained. This responsibility is accepted by Jack and his followers, who are also the hunters. But something stalks the island, sowing fear and discord. The fire is allowed to die and a rescue ship misses them. Day by day the boys change. Conflicts arise. Mistakes happen. And as time passes, the children become barbaric, careless, and cruel. For mature students.

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Recommended Grade Level:
1950's era, Jungle Island
Workbook ISBN:
Study Guide Author:
Michael S. Gilleland
For the Book By:
William Golding
Study Guide Page Count:
72 pages

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  • 5
    Always love the Biblical perspective

    Posted by melissa g. on 12th Dec 2015

    Always love the Biblical perspective and thought provoking devotion type questions that help making literature with worldly perspectives readable!

  • 5
    Perfect. Exactly what I ordered.

    Posted by Kelly M. on 26th Nov 2014

    Perfect. Exactly what I ordered.