Lord of the Flies – Allegory Lit. Criticism hw



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Lord of the Flies – Allegory Lit. Criticism HW
After reading the yellow packet, choose ONE interpretation of the novel that makes most sense to you.
Freudian psychological allegory OR governmental allegory
On a separate sheet of paper:





  • Cite EACH quote and example with an in-text citation. (If you don’t know what an in-text citation is, SEE ME on Academic Lab for help.)

Lord of the Flies – Allegory Lit. Criticism HW
After reading the yellow packet, choose ONE interpretation of the novel that makes most sense to you.
Freudian psychological allegory OR governmental allegory
On a separate sheet of paper:


  • Make a list of at least FOUR quotes and/or examples from the text that support / illustrate the interpretation you have chosen. (EXAMPLE: If you chose “Freudian psychological allegory,” then find four quotes/examples (total) from the text that show Jack as id, Ralph as ego, and Piggy as superego.)




  • Cite EACH quote and example with an in-text citation. (If you don’t know what an in-text citation is, SEE ME on Academic Lab for help.)

Lord of the Flies – Allegory Lit. Criticism HW
After reading the yellow packet, choose ONE interpretation of the novel that makes most sense to you.
Freudian psychological allegory OR governmental allegory
On a separate sheet of paper:


  • Make a list of at least FOUR quotes and/or examples from the text that support / illustrate the interpretation you have chosen. (EXAMPLE: If you chose “Freudian psychological allegory,” then find four quotes/examples (total) from the text that show Jack as id, Ralph as ego, and Piggy as superego.)




  • Cite EACH quote and example with an in-text citation. (If you don’t know what an in-text citation is, SEE ME on Academic Lab for help.)


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