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The Lord of the Flies is a realistic novel written by William Golding There are few reasons why I believe it is realistic First the plot of the story could occur in real life Second the setting of the story is in a realistic place Third the characters in the story are ordinary people Lastly the theme can be true in real lifeThe plot of The Lord of the Flies is realistic The story starts out with a plane crash Piggy and Ralph are the first main characters that we meet Piggy finds a conch and gives it to Ralph He uses it to call all the survivors Piggy could not do it for he has asthma Only some boys came to where Ralph blew the conch to call together a meeting There were no adults who survived the crash The boys formed a tribe in which they elect Ralph as their leader Jack and his choir nominate themselves as the hunters The hunters are focused on hunting the native pigs on the island and the others play around Ralph decides to build shelters but few help him out Jack and his hunters decide to secede from the tribe because Ralph and Jack have different ideas on how to run the tribe Ralph wants to get saved but Jack is obsessed with killing pigs Simon and Piggy are killed while Sam and Eric get captured by the hunters Jack and his savage hunters organize a hunt so they could kill Ralph but a naval officer adjourns the man hunt and takes them homeThe plot of Goldings story is unlikely but possible Plane crashes are rare but they do happen There are many pacific islands and it is possible to crash on one of them For it to be a fantastical story the plot has to be unreal and there is not any possibility for it to be true There are no supernatural phenomena
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