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When one is put in a new environment and forced to fend for them it comes with many obstacles and challenges In the novel Lord of the Flies by William Golding and the movie The Hunger Games we are able to see how new surroundings can affect people Both forms of literature have the theme of coming of age Throughout Lord of the Flies and The Hunger Gameswe are able to see characters grow and develop while trying to keep their humanity strive for survival and are under a lot of pressure In Lord of the Flies the boys must work together to try and stay alive After a plane of British schoolboys crashed into a deserted island they must find ways to survive in their new habitat The boys are very creative in their survival mechanisms Piggy is a very innocent character who is usually taken advantage of the other boys on the island use Piggys glasses to build fires so they can cook be warm and also to create smoke and to send rescue signals In the beginning of the novel a leader was established to help lead them in survival as best he could Ralph was chosen to give people jobs and instruction Throughout the novel Jack takes over the group which causes deaths instead His mind was crowded with memories memories of the knowledge that had come to them when they closed in on the struggling pig knowledge that they had outwitted a living thing imposed their will upon it taken away its life like a long satisfying drink70The boys were forced to kill animals in order to survive and get food This quote is from Jacks thoughts after his first pig killSimilar to The Hunger Games Katniss is forced to live on her own She uses her knowledge in bow in arrow to make one which will help her hunt for food or kill She also makes sure to
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