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Bacterial Lab Report

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"Lord of the Flies" by William Golding is a classic novel that tells the story of when people are put in a situation, what some of their reactions would be. In this book a plane was shot down with a bunch of kids in it. The kids are stranded on an unknown island with no adults because the pilot was killed. They have to survive on their own and try to be civilized human beings. The groups of children finally break into two groups, the hunters and the shelter builders. The hunters just want to hunt and not worry about being rescued. The other group believes in having a fire going at all times hoping to be rescued. They do this because they think that if someone sees the fire then there is a chance of rescue, the hunters didn't believe in this. In the book they think that a beast is trying to get to them and kill them. All these rumors go around on how it has wings and can walk without leaving footprints. When they finally find the so-called beast, they find out that it was just a wild Boar and killed it with a spear. They don't know yet that the Boar they killed was the beast so they cut his head off and put it on a spear to try to catch the beast. The main character Ralph is sitting next to the pig's head and since there are a lot of flies around it he calls it the "Lord of the Flies". The hunters had a tribal feast to celebrate killing the pig and while they were dancing one of the kids went through the trees and the whole group thought it was the beast so they killed the boy. The two groups started to fight more. Jack, the leader of the hunters tries to kill Ralph...

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