Outlind Speech for Piggy Lord of the Flies Essays and Papers

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Outlind Speech for Piggy Lord of the Flies

Outlin e for speech on Piggy

M y area of focus for LOF is Piggy

I will give
-Description (physical and identify personality traits)
-How he related to others
-How he represents
-The symbols
-His purpose
-Results from death

Start with visual.
Describe Piggy’s physical appearance.
*His name is self-describing
*G olding plainly describes his as “Fat boy”.
*Ve ry thick Spectacles

* An orphan, Sissy, Aunty told me not to do this/that.
*He is an intellect, a source of reason.
*He also has knowledge with science. (Sundials)
*He doesn’t (can’t) do anything for himself.
*Gatheri ng fruit
*Blowing into the conch shell.
*Building huts, etc.
He yearns for acceptance.

Relations to other’s
· The boy’s ridicule him for his fatness, asthma, and physical skill.
· The boys, especially Jack are intimidated by his intellect.
· Didn’t respect him, specs.

Represents -
· Order and Reason, man laws.
Conch Shell, how he felt about it.

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