Lord of the Flies

Ralph says "He had even glimpsed one of them, striped brown, black and red, and had judged that it was Bill. But really, thought Ralph, this was not Bill. This was a savage whose image refused to blend with that ancient picture of a boy in shorts and shir


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Ralph still has some memory of the way the boys were in the past, yet, he sees that the boy in front of him is someone he knew in a past life who has just changed into one of the savages who follow Jack.