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What was the irony of the end of Lord of The Flies?

The ironies are of juxtaposition. First, Ralph had created a signal fire in order to bring rescuers. However it is not this fire which attracts attention but the raging forest fire set to kill Ralph. ...
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What was the irony of the end of Lord of The Flies?

The naval officer represents man's woefully-misguided denial of evil. It's so far off the mark, it's tragic. His arrogance echoes that of the boys, whose abominable underestimation of evil took a ...
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