Lord of the Flies

Chapters 6-7: Dramatic Irony

Dramatic irony occurs when the reader is aware of some information that the character(s) in the book does not have. Explain how this applies to LOF at this point in the plot.

Please list at least 2 most significant dramatic ironies in the two chapters. Thanks!

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I can give you one. The reader knows that the "Beast from the Air" is a dead pilot. The boys think it is a beast.