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Comparison Between Lord Of The Flies Film And Novel Many novels have tried to adopt the idea of their story on to a film such as the novel Lord Of The Flies It is apparent that in most cases the novel is more successful than the film since it has a greater capability to attract the readers attention by using literally devices such as symbolism and meaningful events through out the story I believed that the novel Lord Of The Flies was far more superior to the film Lord Of The Flies because it was able to show more character descriptions and symbolic events to emphasize the situations in the novel The book and the film had many differences in between them For example even though both story started by the boys being stranded on an island in the film the group of American boys came to the island via a survival raft after their plane had crashed However in the film the story starts of by Ralph British boy meeting Piggy and calling the other British boys to an assembly In addition in the beginning of the film the boys quickly start by searching for food and shelter where in the novel the group of boys form an assembly and elect a leader Ralph Another difference that was noticeable between the novel and the film was that in the novel one of the littluns dies from being burned by a fire but in the film one of the survivors dies in a cave as he is mistaken by the beast and is stabbed to death Even though many differences could be seen between the film and the novel there are also many similarities between them For instance in the both the film and the novel the boys go on pig runs and kill pigs for food In addition in both versions the conflicts between the boys were shown in detail and the
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