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The story takes place on an island somewhere in the ocean The island is described by the author as tropical and boat shaped Along the coast there are sandy beaches followed by a variety of vegetation and creepers There are also the orchards which rise up to the treeless and rocky and rugged mountain ridge which extends out of the ocean Judging from the predicament and dialogue in this story the date in which it takes place is probably the mid 1900s during World War II The mood created in this story is very complex and rapidly changing It changes from that of a scary recessive mood to a light and cheery one The way in which the story is written the mood can change literally from chapter to chapter In the beginning it starts out light and happy and as the novel progresses and the boys start to battle it starts to become dark and savageJack is red-headed and thin he is also introduced as the leader of the boys choir To his dismay he loses the election for leader and he becomes the head hunter and is also in charge of maintaining the signal fire As the story progresses he and his hunters begin to slack-off and abandon their duties in caring for the fire In the end Jack and his hunters leave Ralph and start their own tribe on the rocky side of the islandRalph is a tall blond and is one of the oldest boys on the island In the beginning of the story he is pictured as the leader of the boys when he blows the conch shell to call the first assembly During the course of the story he tries to maintain the structure of their civilization and is continually forced to compete with Jack for approval from the boysPiggy is a fat asthmatic boy with bad vision Throughout the story his weaknesses are preyed upon by the other
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